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jaspé

[zha′spā]
(textiles)
Fabric which has a series of faint stripes formed by light, medium, and dark threads of the same color.

jaspé

Mottled and marbled to resemble variegated stone, and to mask signs of use; e.g., jaspé linoleum.
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