organdie


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organdie

(esp US), organdy
a fine and slightly stiff cotton fabric used esp for dresses
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The organdie dress is part of "une charmante toilette" chosen for Lousteau's benefit; as for the journalist, "le drole s'etait mis sur le pied de guerre" (722).
60 Easton bed, an pounds 850 Firm Support 3 mattress, pounds 25 for Organdie cotton curtains and pounds 49 for deliveries.
Plants in the flowering stage were isolated in 39 cylindrical cages (80 by 100cm) and covered with organdie cloth.
They carry the Oankali organdie in their cells, which allows them to sense and manipulate genetic information, and, crucially, to mate species to species in the irresistible "gene trade" that feeds their "hunger for difference.
These findings raise the possibility that the physiological phosphorylation of tau by GSK3[beta] also may be involved in regulating organdie transport.
Of these the most important were textiles: damask, fustian, muslin, organdie, atlas, satin and taffeta.
Enid was the youngest, still with a trace of childish plumpness, wearing blush-pink organdie trimmed with white rosebuds, and a wreath of rosebuds and a net of rosy ribbons in her hair.
The Christina Organdie beaded dress costs from pounds 44 to pounds 46, and the Rose Heart dress from pounds 70 to pounds 75.
Microtubules and the mechanism of directed organdie movement.
is rediscovering the classics through its line of premier single-origin teas in convenient mug-serving organdie sachets that preserve the beverages' whole-leaf quality.
Their own whole-leaf teas come in pyramid-shaped organdie sachets to ensure each cup of tea has the fullest flavor possible.