Any analysis of trade in Egbaland in the period under study would be incomplete without mentioning the place of indigo dyeing and Adire
cloth in Egbaland.
96 (r)) pleads "that thy people not go to Tartarus" (ne tuus populus adire
ad tartara) and "with limping they [at Laurence's tomb] may escape the demons" (claudis gressibus daemones effugantur).
goalless draw at Ibrox was followed by dreadful complacency in Lithuania as Rangers took the foot off the gas after Kevin Thomson's opener and paid the ultimate price by losing 2-1.
(clothing design) industry in Nigeria is run mostly by women, many with little to no formal education.
Defences were on top in adire
game that had an end of season feel with both teams having already qualified for the play-offs.
The Cultural pattern set includes African adire
pattern, Asian fans and waves, Celtic braid and interlocking circles, thirty-seven Egyptian symbols, Islamic mosaic and tile, and Latin American mola and geometric design.
It is both visually and intellectually exciting to compare such examples as a Japanese kimono and a Nigerian adire
eleko, both created by the stenciled starch-resist technique, or a patchwork example such as a Kuba raphia dance skirt from the Democratic Republic of Congo to an English Victorian quilt and a rumal from Sind, Pakistan.
You may go: / Would she had never given you leave to come" (1.3.20-21), seems to remember Dido to Aeneas in the Seventh Epistle, "Sed iubet ire deus, uellem uetuisset adire
" (which George Turberville Englishes, "But God doth force thee flee, would God had kept away / Such guilefull guests, and Troians had in Carthage made no stay").