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  • n. Plural form of sheeting.


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  • Ask him the grain output of Paraguay for 1903, or the English importation of sheetings into China for

    Chapter 36

  • American sheetings were imported against only 10,000 British.


  • In 1893, 252,000 pieces of American sheetings were imported against 71,000 British; but in 1897, 566,000 pieces of


  • The items to be replenished include mosquito nets, blankets, plastic sheetings, tents and soap.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Wovens include a few sateen sheetings, hemp and hemp blends, and twill.

    Fabulous Fabrics: PM Organics Fabrics and Lace

  • Under airs pure as æther, golden and ultramarine above and melting over the horizon into a diaphanous green which suggested a resection of Kaf, that unseen mountain-wall of emerald, the so-called Desert, changed face twice a year; now brown and dry as summer-dust; then green as Hope, beautified with infinite verdure and broad sheetings of rain-water.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • His stock also included a keg of whiskey, two or three pieces of calico and some narrow sheetings.

    Living in Dryden: July 2004 Archives

  • It is not -- it is only compound where we are using for storing non-food items such as shelter, staples, plastic sheetings, jelly cans for internally displaced people.

    CNN Transcript Oct 16, 2001

  • He claimed that 70 percent of relief items like food, medicine, plastic sheetings and school materials meant for displaced persons also end up in the hands of the rebel mor find their way back to the nearest neighbouring countries where they were sold.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Lead is used as a metal for cable sheetings, in storage batteries, etc. and as Lead compounds like pigments (white-lead), alkyl-lead (in automobile fuel, etc).

    Chapter 13


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