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durrie

(ˈdʌrɪ)
n
(Furniture) a cotton carpet made in India, often in rectangular pieces fringed at the ends: sometimes used as a sofa cover, wall hanging, etc
[from Hindi darī]
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Ravissant has in the past 20years designed and manufactured over 5000 original designs including works of master designers in silver smith such as Yann Van Nouhuys, Arjen Lucus, Paul de Varies from Holland, Michael Boy, Petra Borgann, Michael Durrie & Ralf Auerbach from Germany, Alistair McCallum & Phil Barnes, Simone Ten Hompel from UK, Paul Binder from Switzerland, Ned Vernon, Karl Millard from Australia and Patrizia from Italy.
Currier & Ives commissioned art from a number of artists--including such prominent artists as Eastman Johnson, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, and George Durrie.
Under the direction of BIOLASE, OCCULASE is currently performing proof of concept research and clinical studies with the assistance of various ophthalmic specialists under the supervision of Dan Durrie, its chief ophthalmology advisor.
You can identify those pressure points by removing the action from the stock, applying Durrie Sales' Prussian Blue to the underside of the barrel, and then carefully lowering the action back into the stock while keeping the barrel perfectly parallel with the stock until it is seated.
Yellowing walls, a steel almirah, a table overflowing with books, an old photograph of Zohraji on the mantelpiece and a threadbare durrie.
Kyle Durrie, owner of Portland's Power and Light Press, travels the country in a Chevy van outfitted with an 1873 tabletop press, teaching letterpress workshops and selling cards and posters.
Save for a couple of handicraft artisans from Jharkhand or Bengal, the others have been given to cheap imitation jewellery makers and synthetic durrie weavers.