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The display shelf is a natural light wood that complements the natural beige of cotton cording.
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Most of us are sure of a free one-way pass to that port some time or other, 'cording to the parson's tell.
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"Not more than fifteen miles—if it is that, 'cording ter my calcerlations," decided Pete.
They were not satisfied with sacking, quilting and cording them.
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The draught and cording of common fustian is very simple, being generally a regular or unbroken tweel of four or five leaves.
Methuselah succeeded in cording up more of a record, such as it was, than any other man of whom history informs us.
These connections being made by coupling the different parts of the apparatus by cords, this operation is called the cording.
A tweel may have the regularity of its diagonal lines broken by applying the cording as in fig. 1104.
This plan exhibits the draught and cording which will produce the pattern upon the design-paper in fig. 1103.
Plunder therefore, that could be worth packing and cording, there was little or none in Greece.

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