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Ax·min·ster

 (ăks′mĭn′stər)
n.
A carpet with stiff backing and a soft, colorful cut pile usually arranged in a complex pattern.

[After Axminster, a town of southwest England.]
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Dutfield had several winners at the track as a trainer, while her husband was a great supporter of the course through his regular Axminster Carpets race sponsorships.
Work started on the Honiton to Axminster stretch on 11 April and is due to end on 23 April.
I just can't decide if he's angling for an endorsement deal with Toni & Guy, Gillette or Axminster.
Christopher Herron, 52, of Axminster Close, Cramlington, was already subject to a suspended prison sentence for failing to pay when he appeared before South East Northumberland Magistrates' Court.
The 52-year-old, of Axminster Close, Cramlington, was jailed for 74 days.
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The small town of Axminster in Devon, perhaps best known as a major carpet manufacturing centre, is also the location of Axminster Tool Centre Ltd--the UK's largest supplier of tools and associated equipment and consumables for the woodworker, carpenter and craftsman, many trade professionals and, increasingly, the metalworking specialist.
HISTORIC carpet maker Axminster is going into administration in a move putting 400 jobs at risk.
The Master in Axminster MAX91 is the first Axminster weaving machine that has really been developed for weaving heavy Axminster carpets at high speed.
Ulster Carpets manufactured and supplied Axminster Carpet to the Burj Al Arab, part of the Jumeirah Group, during its initial construction 12 years ago for all the guest corridors and guest suites.
A barn at the site in Axminster, Devon, went up in flames at 10pm on Tuesday.
This time, Hugh wants them to spend five weeks getting from River Cottage in Axminster to Land's End in Cornwall.