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  • The lengths of wet cloth were stretched on the tenter (from the Latin "tendere", to stretch) using hooks (nails driven through the wood) all around the perimeter of the frame to which the cloth's edges (selvages) were fixed so that as it dried the cloth would retain its shape and size. [

    Pam Holland Designs and Productions

  • The lengths of wet cloth were stretched on the tenter (from the Latin "tendere", to stretch) using hooks (nails driven through the wood) all around the perimeter of the frame to which the cloth's edges (selvages) were fixed so that as it dried the cloth would retain its shape and size. [

    Pam Holland Designs and Productions

  • The lengths of wet cloth were stretched on the tenter (from the Latin "tendere", to stretch) using hooks (nails driven through the wood) all around the perimeter of the frame to which the cloth's edges (selvages) were fixed so that as it dried the cloth would retain its shape and size. [

    Pam Holland Designs and Productions

  • The lengths of wet cloth were stretched on the tenter (from the Latin "tendere", to stretch) using hooks (nails driven through the wood) all around the perimeter of the frame to which the cloth's edges (selvages) were fixed so that as it dried the cloth would retain its shape and size. [

    Pam Holland Designs and Productions

  • Questo includeva, tendere ad 3000 giochi gratis medievali, derivi alcuni dinamiche fantasy, perforate i intercorrono e la magia.

    Quote of the Day II

  • I juggle parrots on tenterhooks tentus tendere to stretch

    FEATURED POET: REBECCA LOUDON

  • For one thing, the word for which conari is substituted, tendere, can have similar connotations itself, carrying the sense of a try or an attempt.

    Spinoza's Physical Theory

  • Tempore pacis per terras proprias de palatio ad palatium, aut de regno ad regnum, dum tendere ei placet, comitatur vtique magna multitudine hominum antè et retrò, et ex vtroque laterum.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Hoc verè sciendum, neminem peregrinorum per hæc deserta sine ductore posse tendere, cui notæ sunt viæ, sed nec equi valent transire, præcipuè quòd non inuenirent in desertis quid bibere.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Tempore pacis per terras proprias de palatio ad palatium, aut de regno ad regnum, dum tendere ei placet, comitatur vtique magna multitudine hominum ant� et retr�, et ex vtroque laterum.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

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