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blan·ket

(blan'ket),
A covering.
Regional drug slang for a marijuana cigarette—joint

blan·ket

(blangk'ĕt)
Any covering.

blanket

a large area of color, usually over the back, neck and sides, in the coat of dogs.
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The antibacterial properties make wool blankets and bedding dust mite resistant.
Serapes (ponchos), which are heavy wool blankets, protect against the mountain cold.
The only way we could sleep was to pull heavy wool blankets over our heads and literally "sweat it out.
I've thought of it down to the heaviness of wool blankets, down to the sibilant sounds echoing through the hallway, but I still can't decide why, exactly, you're here.
On a street corner near the Azteca Foods plant, Josefina Bonilla sits on a green folding chair inside a tent made out of plastic sheets and old wool blankets.
The only blankets "authorized" for shipboard use are the Navy flame resistant wool blankets (NSN 7210-00-082-5668 for crew and NSN 7210-00-282-7950 for officers).
What was once the domain of rough-hewn men who slept beneath dusty wool blankets and sifted coffee grounds through their teeth has been displaced by folks comfortable with technological gadgetry that would probably frighten the most stalwart of mountain men of days gone by.
The United States, Mexico, Switzerland, Spain and Venezuela were among the first countries to mobilize relief efforts for El Salvador, and foreign aid, including money, medical supplies and wool blankets, was starting to flow in.
One piece, titled Returning Tainted Gifts, shows a three-dimensional birch bark canoe laden with wool blankets on a journey from North America back to Europe.
The company's growing beach-towel collection derives some of its design inspiration from Pendleton's collection of wool blankets, whose signature looks include Native American motifs and designs and colors from the Southwest.
There are also, for cosy nights in front of the fire, vintage Welsh wool blankets.
This assistance consisted in clothes, wool blankets, footwear and food products.