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weave

the method or pattern of weaving or the structure of a woven fabric
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weave

[wēv]
(textiles)
To make cloth by interlacing strands of warp and filling threads.
A cloth made by weaving.
The pattern of a woven fabric.
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During each of those years the people at Weaver have efficiently served the needs of builders while growing their business.
From delicate to robust, bold to creamy, mellow to bright; customers can easily find their favorite blend among the vast selection of excellent flavorful coffees from around the world available at Weaver Nut Sweets & Snacks accompanied by the Weaver promise of exceptional competitive pricing.
Weaver was the second person to rob one of the tellers, and she ended up having to quit her job because of the stress, Assistant U.
That particular episode might as well have been scripted by David Mamet for the way Weaver spews profanity.
Gorakhpur (UP), Oct 3 (ANI): Scores of weavers explore money-spinning opportunities in Gorakhpur, the traditional weaving wheel have come to a stop.
After I got the MRI results that were negative, it kind of kicked me in the (rear) and made me work harder to get ready," Weaver said.
Silver winners: Marios Agiolitis (10), Georgia Mulhern (11A), Kitty Weaver and Athina Agiolitis (duo 14 and under) and Georgia Mulhern & Jamie Weaver (duo free) while bronze medals went to Lauren Hall (9 & over), Kitty Weaver (8 & under) and Victoria Longden (12A ).
In Part Two, Weaver focuses on the merger of Second Baptist with Ponce de Leon Avenue Baptist Church.
Weaver, which specializes in generating business for the travel and tourism industry by creating top-quality, effective media programs, has just been awarded a five-year contract to work for NYC & Company, the City's official tourism marketing organization.
At that point, I realized that businesses not only had the money, but also the need to purchase hundreds of specialty items," says Weaver.
Midlands construction group Weaver plc held its biennial country pursuits day at Catton Hall near Walton on Trent, Derbyshire.
Grady Weaver of Sonoco says the Macpresse baler's reputation for higher-volume production as well as its ability to be run without a dedicated baler operator intrigued the company.