dowlas


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dowlas

(ˈdaʊləs)
n
a coarse plain fabric
References in classic literature ?
Dowlas was the negative spirit in the company, and was proud of his position.
Why, Dowlas, that's easy betting, that is," said Ben Winthrop.
If Master Dowlas wants to know the truth on it," said Mr.
Ah, but who's to watch you, Dowlas, and see you do it?
And if Dowlas was to go and stand, and say he'd never seen a wink o' Cliff's Holiday all the night through, I'd back him; and if anybody said as Cliff's Holiday was certain sure, for all that, I'd back him too.
Developers such as Persimmon Homes, St Modwen and Dowlas (UK) are already on board together with Weston College and North Somerset Council to help promote the commercial, investment and business opportunities that are on offer at J21EA.
These linen products included "[d]rillings, osnaburghs, ticklenburghs, dowlas, canvas, brown rolls, bagging, and all other lines the first cost of which at the place of exportation does not exceed 35 cents per yard.
21-Dec-1863 to J B Buckstone Squabba 23-Dec-1863 07-Jan-1864 to H T Craven Huffin 16-Jan-1864 18-Jan-1864 to T Taylor Desmarets 21-Jan-1864 J Lang 23-Jan-1864 W Marston Mr Trevor 03-Feb-1864 to H T Craven Huffin 17-Feb-1864 23-Feb-1864 W Brough Snuffles 22-Feb-1864 to T Taylor Melter Moss 16-Mar-1864 27-Feb-1864 G Colman (the Daniel Dowlas younger) 17-Mar-1864 to G Colman (the Daniel Dowlas 18-Mar-1864 younger) 18-Mar-1864 J R Raymond Mr Dobbs (adap.
So as to look more kingly, Falstaff ripped off his filthy dowlas, perched a metal bowl upside down on his head, and preached with regal manliness: a king of misrule fabricating royal authority.