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ottoman

a corded fabric

Ottoman

, Othman
1. History of or relating to the Ottomans or the Ottoman Empire
2. denoting or relating to the Turkish language
3. a member of a Turkish people who invaded the Near East in the late 13th century

ottoman

[′äd·ō·mən]
(textiles)
Heavyweight fabric with pronounced crosswise rounded ribs, often padded, with heavier ribs than those of faille or bengaline.
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Putting Manchester firmly on the vegan map, the GRUB EXTRAVEGANZA will demonstrate just how good vegan food can really be, with 'fish' and chips - faux fish steaks made from soya protein, seaweed and shiitake - from the Hip Hop Chip Shop; gooey mac and vegan cheese from Mac Daddies; mezze from The Ottomen; handmade dumplings from Oh Mei Dumpling; French patisserie from Chou Choux; and some jaw-dropping bakes from Bake-O-Rama.
The GRUB EXTRAVEGANZA takes place at Fairfield Social Club and, below, The Ottomen mezze plate MAIN PICTURE: JAMES DARCY