In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, they will learn specialist Japanese braid, cord and tassel making, under Waldman's trained instruction.
- Also, the rails carried black cords with black tassels hanging down, giving a sombre effect to the wooden coffin clamped to the trolley platform.
- A fascinating mix of braids, tassels, chenilles and decorative trimmings in delicate silken yarn complements the entire package.
- Painted dragons hold up these canvasses, just as the carved silvered and tinted flying dragons support the blue silk satin window draperies, fringed with gold tassels.
- The New Testament records that observant Judeans wore decorations called tassels on their garments.
- My gown had three velvet stripes on each flowing sleeve and my tassel was gold.
- Avoid strangulation with window-blind cords by installing breakaway tassels.
- The flag hung from a gold-painted dowel and was adorned with gold tassels.
- Each panel is embroidered before assembling the skirt and decorative welting, cord and tassels are added for just the perfect finishing touch.
- Their traditional loincloths are sometimes decorated with bright tassels and pompoms.
- Accessorize with tassels, decorative tie-backs and other touches.
- She rode her bike closer to him, clutching the white handles with the decorative purple and pink tassels hanging from it.
- Wrap tassel drapery cords around the pillow and tie them to the chair.
- So he got back in touch with Margaret who quickly rustled up two pairs, one with black and gold satin stripes, the other covered in sequins complete with gold tassels.
- Or see your local retailer for advice on replacing the existing cords with safety tassels.
- They had tassels of gold strung on their painted horns.
- Some loincloths were painted and decorated with tassels, which symbolized falling rain.
- It had curtains of velvety maroon, which were tied back with gold tassels.
- He was garbed in a thick robe of blood red, trimmed with a golden thread and tassels.
- She wore a bright red dress that fell to her knees in length, with black petticoats adorned with gold colored tassels.
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