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The chrisom was the linen cloth, or garment, which the priest put on the recently baptized child.

She shuddered as she saw a spot of blood becoming larger and larger upon the linen bandages.

This made Cinderella's lot still harder, for it was she who ironed her sisters' linen and plaited their ruffles.

His teacher was sitting with her back to the door, arranging the worsted in the large, linen worsted-case.

The Grasshopper StoriesElizabeth Davis Leavitt

With the ravelings of a linen handkerchief, aided by the magic buckle-tongue, I mended my clothing.

Flax is still an important product, and the linen textiles made in the state are without a superior.

Commercial GeographyJacques W. Redway

And they seized him, 52 and he left the linen cloth and fled from them naked.

Inside are some remarkably fine old rooms with linen panelling.

Flax, flax, n. the fibres of the plant Linum, which are woven into linen cloth: the flax-plant.

Melt and mix them over a slow fire, then draw the linen through it frequently so as to impregnate both sides.

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