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  • n. Plural form of duvet.


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  • Now it is a potential crime scene but the people who need to do whatever it is they do at crime scenes are wrapped in duvets and will remain so, until they are good and ready to face the day.

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  • And their duvets were the best ever -- my husband wanted to buy them then and there (there is a store as part of the lobby).

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  • All Seasons 13.5 tog duck feather and down duvets and pillows

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  • Add to that the extra pillows to be fluffed, thick duvets and decorative bed skirts to be changed, without any reduction in the number of rooms each worker is required to clean.

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  • As soon as we landed at the Copenhagen airport, I spotted a Danish family with small children carrying colorful, tasteful travel duvets.

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  • THE LOWDOWN: Copenhagen Staying There: Rooms at the waterfront Copenhagen Admiral Hotel feature hefty wood beams and cozy duvets from 660 kroner or about $115 per night, Toldbodgade 24-28,

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  • This is fairly common in parts of Europe, where they think we're strange for sharing duvets, and it means you can choose your own togs.

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  • "But if you're likely to be washing curtains, duvets or heavy coats, then a bigger machine will be a good buy," she says.

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  • As long as you sleep in the same room, you can't get away from his snoring and gnashing, but at least with your own duvets it might not matter if the window is open, as you can tog up accordingly.

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  • From delicates, duvets and dog beds, it seems as if today

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