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A few specimens show evidence of having been woven, but fragments of this size might not be expected to provide such evidence.
In other words, the view through the window is not bare but 'dressed' in a loosely woven veil regulating its transcription.
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A third and final relevant characteristic woven into the fabric of the contemporary healthcare environment is the medical malpractice system.
The region is also known for its traditional basketry, wherein handwoven baskets and other utility products made exclusively by the women.
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In a biography proper, however, all these aspects would have been woven together in a chronological development.
Not all of these themes, sub-divided into the nine chapters, are tidily woven together.
Most common are homespun or handwoven fabrics with simple over-under weaves, twills and jacquards.
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Since chemicals for coloring were very scarce those days, bark of trees and fruits were used to dye all those handwoven products.
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The two logos feature a pixelized version of a banig or a handwoven mat traditionally used for sleeping and sitting.
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Strands of socialist politics and modernist aesthetic austerity were also woven into the circle's discussions.
As such it is a brilliant and richly-woven tapestry, full of insight and fresh ideas.
Spirit is the regenerative power of these circulatory flows which, in living organisms, are bound into tightly woven bundles or tissues of extraordinary complexity.
Seen from the perspective of the co-opted and bureaucratized movement member, tension, ambivalence, opposition, and conflict is woven into the entanglement.
A large wind-chime hammock sculpture was suspended from a woven canoe-like roof structure lashed to the pier's end.
Learning about other theological orientations is inextricably woven with the understanding that all other maslaks are misleading, if not altogether wrong.

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