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On his office wall, for instance, hangs a tapestry of a mushroom and a big, all-seeing eye.
They were joined by a small group carrying a tapestry of Jesus Christ.
These varied dishes all contribute to the growing tapestry of American cuisine, a multi-dimensional story of adaptation, innovation, and survival.
Consider how you might adapt your keyword, bid and audience targeting strategy to account for the tapestry of varying school experiences and how those differ by school district.
Clark charted this decline in his newsletter, watching as globalization tugged at one thread after another in the tapestry of American industry.
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Marcella stood all this while, leaning against the tapestry, in a silent astonishment of thought and feeling.
The walls and ceiling are covered with silk tapestry, which, however, has nothing but its antiquity to recommend it.
Pictures, tapestry, antique articles of furniture which had been in the house for centuries still remained.
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Embroidering on canvas, or tapestry work, opens a large field for taste and skill in execution.
The chairs and settees were old and covered with faded tapestry, representing subjects of the chase by Oudry and Desportes.

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