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  • adj. Not woven

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  • adj. not woven


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  • Which doesn't make the cabbie stop laughing, or even make his purple turban quiver or come unwoven.

    Hotel Chelsea - Intercut 7

  • BLOCK: Aha, so it doesn't mean another rug or carpet was unwoven and reconstituted in this Oval Office rug?

    New Oval Office Rug, Made In America

  • They will watch over you, Rose, until the great tapestry of the world itself is unwoven, but they cannot make this decision for you, and neither can I.

    When Rose Wakes

  • The fabric of the Black community becomes unwoven.

    Monroe Anderson: Palin, GOP find community challenges a real hoot

  • Furthermore, the process was not easily adapted to eighteenth-century European printing techniques, and use was limited to unwoven yarns and whole cloths.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • More importantly, royal decree designated Lyon as the sole depository for all unwoven and woven silks entering the kingdom.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Tim has written this idea into his software, where as I understand it he uses flocking algorithms to seek out patches of high activity which are then unwoven back into sound.

    Woven sound « Alex McLean

  • Africa must rise and put on her yet unwoven garment.


  • Boris sat four feet away, acting as if he were a king, but his seat was a raggedy carpeted post with long hanks of unwoven rug hanging around it.

    What Dreams May Come

  • If I kept the momentum going, they'd be sufficiently disconcerted so that the web of lies would come unwoven, the wall of silence and secrecy would crack.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing


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