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  • n. Alternative form of tablecloth.


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  • Before this experience I prepared barbecue for foreign people, I put the table-cloth on the ground, and set plates and forks like in a restaurant.

    Leah Mayor: Transforming Every Day Tasks Through Travel

  • Like the one where they pull off the table-cloth leaving the cutlery all in place!

    And for my next trick……. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • A gregarious one-time restaurateur known for natty dressing, Mr. Kheel often conducted business at white table-cloth establishments such as the Four Seasons or the "21" Club.

    Theodore W. Kheel, labor mediator, dies at 96

  • That was real opposites, so I had another quiet malenky grin within and then I took all the deng out of my carmans and tinkled it on the saucy table-cloth.

    Where's the show?

  • She wished that she was a little nearer Mevrouw van Duyl, who, although she treated her with the utmost kindness, was separated from her by a vast expanse of white table-cloth -- and one couldn't shout.

    You Don't Take Names

  • I sit on a kitchen chair and finger one of the hard - edged cigarette-burn holes in the green, plastic table-cloth.


  • You can get all the material for a themed party in a package which contains everything from the table-cloth to party hats.

    Foil Star | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • You can buy your themed party in a package, which typically consists of a table-cloth, paper cups and plates, cutleries, serviettes, party hats and the like.

    Foil Star | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • The most prominent object was a long table with a table-cloth spread on it, as if a feast had been in preparation when the house and the clocks all stopped together.


  • “The mercy of Heaven forbid!” said the old serving-man, turning as pal as the table-cloth which he was folding up.

    The Bride of Lammermoor


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