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moquette

a thick velvety fabric used for carpets, upholstery, etc.
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Cependant, la moquette de couleur rouge y est predominante (4).
This was Art Deco, a design movement which gave women new-found social esteem, turning shop girls into duchesses with low-price copies of everything from ruby-encrusted lipstick cases (sold in Woolworth where rubies were replaced with red glass and enamel with paint) to paste rings, beach pyjamas in affordable fabrics, ceramics, tableware, cheap furniture upholstered in geometric patterned moquette and much else besides.
Le professeur dispose d'une salle privee, bien meublee avec de la moquette et une salle de bains, tandis que les internes n'ont qu'une petite salle commune avec un mobilier de mauvaise qualite.
Wachusett's Jamill Moquette scored on a passed ball in the first and Todd Ezold had a bases-loaded walk in the second to put the Dirt Dawgs ahead, 2-0.
Pose en pleine "zone verte", le quartier ultra-protege de Bagdad, le bloc de beton au cachet sovietique et ses dedales de couloirs a la moquette elimee date de l'epoque du president dechu Saddam Hussein, figure honnie par nombre de parlementaires.
Qu'on laissera dans la chapelle dudit sieur de Repentigny et en attendant dans la dite chambre de la maison destinee pour dire la messe, l'ornement de moquette que le dit sieur de Repentigny a donnee consistant dans un devant d'autel, chasuble, etoile, manipule, bourse de calice et de deux petites bandes de meme etoffe.
-- Senora Moquette, esta audiencia ha terminado --dijo la juez--.
Listing started from Sunday April 11 for the following companies: The Arab Dairy Products Co., Moquette Mac, Arab Gathering Investment, El Kahera El Watania Investment andHolding Grand for Financial Investments.
Mineral water, foodstuffs, detergents, fresh and dried fruits, edible oil, cooler, carpet and moquette, home appliances, ironware, confections, aquatics and construction materials are among the main Iranian goods exported to Iraq.
My dad bought some red and black moquette off-cut material to make new seat covers, to find my grandmother had sewn it up into curtains for the front room at Lytton Street.