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devoré

(dəˈvɔːreɪ)
n
(Textiles) a velvet fabric with a raised pattern created by disintegrating some of the pile with chemicals
[from French, past participle of dévorer to devour]
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Devore had already played in tons of other bands--most notably, the theatrical punk project Ink & Dagger--and sitting across from Miller-Gordon at the bar, he speaks with the casual confidence of someone who's seen it all before.
com)-- Bryan and Allison Devore of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties have earned San Diego Magazine's “Five Star Real Estate Agents” award.
This agreement allows us to further develop our product lines and secure Champion's recognition as one of the top ground service equipment suppliers worldwide," said Vice President and General Manager Todd DeVore.
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Eugene attorney Joel DeVore, who began his career as a law clerk at the Oregon Court of Appeals, has come full circle: The governor on Thursday named DeVore to serve as a new Ore gon Court of Appeals judge.
There is the thought that overall antioxidants might be helpful, but it's also true that if you actually look at the individual antioxidants, there's not necessarily a reason to think that one would behave exactly the same way in the body as the next," said study leader Elizabeth Devore, at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Before the recession, credit unions sometimes skimped on requiring business borrowers to provide legal opinions for transaction fundamentals, attorney Dustin DeVore told an educational session audience during a Feb.
Devore, ScD, of Harvard Medical School in Boston and Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Noel Slotke Paschke, RDH, MS, was recently honored by the University of Maryland School of Dentistry as the inaugural recipient of the Linda DeVore Dental Hygiene Alumnus Award.
Holmfirth artist Dionne has made a name for herself in the textile word and is known for her Devore work, a process of etching away a textile.
As they rehearse it, Ghrai DeVore flicks through the intricate, rapid combination with delicacy and precision.