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delaine

(dəˈleɪn)
n
(Textiles) a sheer wool or wool and cotton fabric
[C19: from French mousseline de laine muslin of wool]
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Media interested in attending please RSVP to Delaine Moore at delaine@hkamarcom.
Keith and Delaine Johnson, of South Shields, were at the walk with their border terrier Tissy.
The 18 members of the class of 2015 include Robin Allen, Sage Berg, Cleo Burkhart-Morgan, Anthony Casas, Cassidy Clarkson, Alexandra Corridon, Simona Fadich, Marshall Fox, Nikko Gray, Raven Howard, Delaine John, Tyler Jost, Sabina McAuliffe, Alexandre Pabst, Bailey Pitruzzello, Matthew Smith, Natalia Vasquez and Jasmine Vincent.
When Theodosia Browning's close friend Delaine Dish asks her to become a bridesmaid in her wedding, all goes well--until the groom is found dead on his wedding day.
The lineup consists of Tony Soul Parente on vocals, Mike Kalenderian on guitar and vocals, Bob Cramer on guitar and slide, Matt Sambito on bass and vocals, and Phil DeLaine on percussion.
In 1995, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Delaine Eastin launched an initiative to establish school gardens in every school, the first of its kind in the United States.
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In the final section, Weaving Memory, Delaine Le Bas's installation Gynaikonitides (Women's Quarters) stands out for its intricacy and observations on womanhood.
Delaine Lambert, of Grande Prairie was the recipient of the health and wellness award.
In his letter to the board, Russell cited the health of his wife, Delaine, which "has taken a great deal of my time over the past two years.
Joseph DeLaine fought hard to get school buses and better schools for the minority residents of his South Carolina community, and he paid the price: He lost his teaching position.