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At the head of the procession was a priest, and at his side a Chinese with a lantern two feet high, covered with white cambric.
His gold he wrapped in a cambric cloth, put it into a shot bag, and then into a portmanteau.
Over this paste a piece of dark blue cambric, Fig. 3, carefully turning the edges even with the book.
Behold how he prances with his manly foot, and brandishes his blade, much as if he were about to measure forth cambric with it.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
And you exhibited to him the vial of chloroform and the piece of cambric?
THE DIAMOND COTERIELAWRENCE L. LYNCH
The laced cap and the fine cambric robe of the little Harriet were lying on the table ready to be put on.
He wished them to be gone a year, and at the end of that time to bring him a fine piece of cambric.
He opened the millet-seed very carefully, and drew forth a piece of cambric.
They all went into the King's presence, and the eldest brought out his piece of cambric.
The tip end of the cambric went through the eye, but the piece could not be pulled further.

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