burlap bag


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Noun1.burlap bag - a bag made of burlapburlap bag - a bag made of burlap      
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
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Then you take an old burlap bag -- there's one in the back porch -- put the cat on it and turn over him a wooden box.
My husband has helped with three grass fires in his lifetime and knew that the best way is to use a bucket of water and a burlap bag, which is dipped in the water and then beaten on the flames, extinguishing them quickly.
There's a perceived value for a burlap bag that there isn't for a grocery bag--people want to feel like they are getting something of value.
To ensure a comparable quantity of fibers, each burlap bag was cut to 14 by 26 inches before deconstruction into single fibers.
Imaginatively illustrated with color photos of needle felted figures by fiber artist Claudia Marie Lenart, "Hansel & Gretel: A Fairy Tale with a Down Syndrome Twist" retells the Grimms' fairy tale with big sister Gretel and younger brother Hansel, a five year old boy with Down Syndrome, being sent into the forest with an empty burlap bag to fill with food for their starving family.
They followed along with me as I demonstrated how to roll out a piece of clay on a burlap bag (so it won't stick to the surface) with a wooden rolling pin.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkish riot police have detained 91 workers who occupied a factory after going on strike on Thursday due to a disagreement over the terms of their contract renewals at a burlap bag plant in ystanbul.
When you're ready to plant, remove the tree from its pot or loosen (but don't remove) the burlap bag.
Set a potted mini cypress on a plastic saucer, wrap in a burlap bag, and nail the drawstring to your door (adding a twig of barberry if you like).
Say bye-bye to burlap bags, green marketers are told To mainstream the green movement, marketers and advocates need to overcome the "burlap bag" problem, says Graceann Bennett, managing partner at Ogilvy & Mather.
Tonton Macoute is a Haitian mythological character who kidnaps children he catches in a burlap bag and later eats them.
Slung over one shoulder was a burlap bag 'containing a dozen paper-mache mallard decoys rigged with old spark plugs for weights.