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drape

1. a cloth or hanging that covers something in folds; drapery
2. the way in which fabric hangs
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 7, 2019-: Surgical Drapes and Gowns Market to Surpass US$ 3.6 Billion Threshold by 2026
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 05 2019] Surgical drapes are used to drape a surgical patient to eliminate the risk of surgical site contamination by separating the surgical site from the remaining part of the patient's body, as well as from non-sterile areas of the surgical table.
However, when they arrived and tried to gain access to the 23-year-old's home, Drape climbed out of a window and on to the roof, prosecutors said.
By the time they arrived, Drape had returned to his home address and he was seen to climb out of a window and on to his roof as officers tried to get inside.
The court heard that more officers attended the scene as Drape shouted "If they [the tiles] hit you, it will be your fault" and "I'm not going back to prison".
But lay minister Susan Hill says she and Reverend Alison Phillipson are confident they will get enough donations before November to be able to drape BOTH sides of the tower in the stunning flowers after being inundated with offers of help.
Elasticity and stitch definition come from the yarn's construction; drape refers to a feature of the knitted fabric the yarn creates.
Accessorising is the secret to perfecting one's own style, individuality is in each detail, and a simple drape is the sartorial staple for all.
The PS30 million transformation of the old Harrison Drape building, in Bradford Street, Digbeth, will be called Fabrick Square, it was revealed this week.
These and other new drape options are designed with the procedure in mind.
America, has become the spokesman for the Simple Drape from Softline Home Fashions.