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voile

a light semitransparent fabric of silk, rayon, cotton, etc., used for dresses, scarves, shirts, etc.

voile

[vȯil]
(textiles)
A lightweight sheer fabric, made of cotton, worsted, silk, rayon, or acetate, with a crisp feel and airy appearance, woven from yarns having considerably more twist than warp yarns.
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We're really looking at the high-twist European voile as the new basic," said Houck.
San Francisco, siege du Golden Gate Yacht Club (GGYC), club de voile qui represente BMW Oracle et seule ville encore candidate aux Etats-Unis semble bien placee.
Alternatively you can still use voile but partner this with a blind.
You can also buy 300cm voile on a roll, available in a rainbow of colours in more than 30 designs, as well as versatile voile panels.
First Anna gave the voile a subtle colour by using half a tub of turquoise machine dye.
Une tunique inedite, puisque la version feminine comporte un voile integre.Un hidjab d'abord interdit mais autorise en match officiel par la Fifa depuis 2014.
Muscat: The sailing crew of Swiss entry Bienne Voile includes a physicist, mathematician, physiotherapist, architect and a sailing ace who happens to be 17 years old and still at school.
L'expression [beaucoup moins que] historique [beaucoup plus grand que] revient sur toutes les levres de cette equipe nationale de voile. Histoire de mettre en valeur leur exploit.
After the SATT, the Tour will be followed by the Tour Voile in France (July 2-21), Nastro Rosa in Italy (September 20-October 12) and conclude with the Grand Prix Pacifique des Jeux in French Polynesia (November 7-20).
by Times News ServiceThe #SailingArabia team powered by Oman Sail pose after the Tour Voile race.
I've used soft, floaty voile curtains to disguise shelving unit."