dentelle

dentelle

(dɛnˈtɛl)
n
an ornamentation worked on a book, resembling lace
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And, Miss Eyre, so much was I flattered by this preference of the Gallic sylph for her British gnome, that I installed her in an hotel; gave her a complete establishment of servants, a carriage, cashmeres, diamonds, dentelles, &c.
Et le dernier rapport ne fait pas dans la dentelle.
Ali Khalil, marketing and PR manager, explained that popular fabrics used at the store include Japanese crepe, cotton linen, silk, dentelle, nida, and Italian jacquard.
The most prominent organization, OIDFA (L'Organisation Internationale de la Dentelle au Fuseau et a l'Aiguille, or in English, The International Bobbin and Needle Lace Organization) was founded in that country during the early 1980s.
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Described as Nayomi's next signature scent, Dentelle is ultra-glamorous and feminine.
Le communique de deux feuillets et demi ne fait pas dans la dentelle, mais son ton et sa stylistique en disent long sur la colere qui s'est emparee des dirigeants de la chaEne, las de faire l'objet d'attaques virulentes de la part des membres du PJD.
Faut-il rappeler que Montreal etait le centre financier du Dominion du Canada et qu'elle etait dominee par une minorite anglo-protestante qui ne faisait pas dans la dentelle lorsqu'il s'agissait d'antisemitisme ?
Les fonctions de ces equipements mecaniques ant surtout vane entre la bonneterie, la dentelle, l'huile, la machine agricole, la quincaillerie, cc qui leur a permis de rester dynamiques durant l'Ancien Regime, au-dela des vapeurs.
Breguet's new version of the Marie-Antoinette Dentelle watch is a tribute to the French queen's love of lace.
In fact Claudia is featured wearing the lace lingerie at the recently opened French national lace museum in Calais, the Cite internationale de la dentelle et de la mode - the International City of lace and fashion in Calais.
Diderot, in his Encyclopedie entry on dentelle, was dismissive; he "declared it was possible to learn the techniques of the [lacemaking] trade in a week using his description, as he claimed to have done himself" (81).