from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The simplest of the fundamental weaves: a plain weave consisting of 2 warp- and 2 weft-threads crossing each other at right angles.
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When he says he'll wear his nutmeg-coloured shorts, open-toed sandals and a cotton-weave t-shirt inside the main ballroom, he does it.
But at a laundry and dry cleaner in eastern Harare, a machine cycle does little harm either to the cotton-weave type of paper.
Heather sat on the cotton-weave couch in Gwen's living room, sipping iced tea and fighting to keep her mind focused on the path she had set.
The bags are made from printed poly canvas with a water-resistant finish and cotton-weave double-handle web straps.