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natte

A basket weave, as a pattern carved or painted to imitate interlaced withes, 2 of matting.
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Owner Andy Grief-Liggins said: "The Chatter Natter table is where customers can sit if they are happy to talk to other customers and is for everyone to take part.
Councillor Anne Simpson with Councillor Anne Stirling holding some of the many knitted bears created by knit and natter groups
Justice Ekwo, while adjourning hearing of the motion on notice till January 29, 2019, ordered that defendants in the natter, including Justice Onnoghen, Justice Ibrahim Tanko, Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) and the CCT chairman, Danladi Yakubu Umar be put on notice why they should not be stopped from removing Onnoghen as CJN and replacing him with Justice Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed.
"Now it's lovely to be able to spend time with my sisters, enjoy ourselves and have a natter whenever we want.
Shonag Crooks, a carer and the activities co-ordinator at Westfield, said: "We have a core of eight residents in the knit and natter group who really enjoy coming together on Tuesdays to knit and sometimes their families join in.
Range of products Knit and Natter members Barbara Ager (front) and Pippa Wilson at their stall
Dawn Peters, events coordinator at Whitehouse Farm Centre, said: "We've been blown away by the kindness, time and effort the Knit & Natter group have put in to make the jumpers.
Wife Imelda Staunton, 60, also mucked in and star neighbour Emma Thompson, 57, and hubby Greg Wise, 50, stopped to have a natter.
THERE may not seem an obvious link between the Knit and Natter group that meets at Kirkheaton's Community Centre and refugees on the Greek island of Samos but regular parcels of knitted clothes and blankets are regularly being sent to provide warmth for those who arrive with next to nothing.
Editor and translator CollinsAEs father shared the camp with diarists Natter and R<AE>efr<AEe>gier and upon his repatriation he published the original form of their diary--a day-by-day account of community activities and events with observations and descriptions of the communityAEs remarkable achievement.
Daniel Radcliffe is taking another important step to brushing away his Harry Potter association in the upcoming film Victor Frankenstein, and he and co-star James McAvoy also share a natter with the host.
The group is also launching Knit and Natter on October 1 to allow members of the public to raise money for Age UK Birmingham's Winter Warmth Fund by holding a tea or coffee party and encouraging people to knit scarfs, hats, gloves and blankets to keep an older person warm.