“Agincourt.] [Footnote IV. 16: _Their ragged curtains poorly are let loose, _] By their _ragged curtains_, are meant their colours.]”
“And yes, the ass wiping on the curtains is a good analogy.”
“She robbed the windows of their lawn and muslin curtains, replacing them with gaudy calico from the trade-store, and made herself several gowns.”
“But it's also decorated like the coolest man cave ever, with fake palms over the crocodile tanks and leopard-skin curtains over the door.”
“My sister and I won the costume contest cause my mom found material that looked exactly like the curtains from the movie.”
“She also regularly wraps things small things in kleenex and shower curtains from the various hotels they stay at.”
“I decided it was probably an injured animal, so a bit nervously I pulled back the curtains from the French windows (yeah, yeah, but I got a crap room in the previous year's ballot so I was entitled) and there, flailing against the glass, was a zombie.”
“Why mention that Paul and orchestra were amplified when the desigh of the BPC places all musicians within curtains and the acoustical material over the audience?”
“I quite liked my fringed muslin curtains, and didn't miss the expensive drapery and the accompanying complicated hardware.”
“A new report says that the smell given off by new vinyl shower curtains is chock-full of dangerous chemicals, reports the Los Angeles Times.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘curtains’.
All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
we are all just passing through.
(boundaries, portals and liminal spaces/times)
Looking for tweets for curtains.