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burlap

[′bər‚lap]
(textiles)
A coarse cloth woven from jute fiber. Also known as gunny; hessian.

burlap, Brit hessian canvas

A coarse woven fabric of jute, hemp, or, less commonly, flax, for use as a water-retaining covering in curing concrete surfaces or as a reinforcement in plaster.
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* Repeat to add as many loops as needed with the remaining wide burlap ribbon until the wreath is as full as desired.
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Jameson's use of canvas and burlap wrappings increases this sense, as well as adding an element of threat and intimidation.
The workers occupied the Greif burlap bag factory after managers failed to meet their demands over improving the conditions in their new contracts.
The contestants just had to show up encased in burlap and white plaster and be at least 65 million years old.
Set a potted mini cypress on a plastic saucer, wrap in a burlap bag, and nail the drawstring to your door (adding a twig of barberry if you like).
(Placing it on burlap, keeps the clay from sticking to the board.)
Q: I had some trees planted in September 2010, and today (in October 2011), I noticed that the nylon rope that was holding the burlap to the tree was never removed.
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We would fill burlap bags and sell them to the rag man for pennies a pound when he came around.
The robot's gripper arm was tearing the burlap bags and spilling coffee beans on the floor.