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blan·ket

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

blan·ket

(blangk'ĕt)
Any covering.
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So I have always kept a few wool blankets around, and one in each vehicle, just in case.
As he bundles into his tent, hidden away to avoid a citation for illegal camping, his sleeping bag and three wool blankets are all that separate him from the blistering cold, freezing winds and driving snow.
The company has manufactured its signature line of wool blankets from the beginning, and in later years has expanded its product offerings to include other top-of-the-bed products, decorative pillows, throws and apparel.
What You Need 2 fleece or wool blankets, plus 1 to use as a mat A roll of duct tape While it may not be the best solution for camping in Antarctica, making your own sleeping bag out of a couple of blankets is a great solution for backyard (or living room) fun.
Here they make all sorts of exotic items such as Tibetan lambs wool scarves, llama wool blankets and articles fashioned from fox, calf and sheep skins.
Most environmentalists embrace wool blankets for their warmth and breathability, although sustainably harvested down in organic cotton duvets provides a viable green alternative as well.
A: The same company that creates O-Wool yarns and fabrics also produces wool blankets that are both organic and luxurious to the touch, while Paivatar offers a range of hand-woven and hand-dyed blankets perfect for snuggling.
The lodge has natural wool carpeting, natural wool blankets and offers organic mattresses for guests to sleep on.
The couple took a tent, wool blankets, tuna, honey and two hand-warmers and set off into the snow.
Armed with a tent, wool blankets, tuna, honey and two hand-warmers, the couple set off into the snow to seek help.
PlaneWarm blankets also have a higher warmth index to keep users warm than wool blankets of a comparable weight.
The absurdly extended parenthetical subtitle of an otherwise deadpan sculpture by Norwegian artist Gardar Eide Einarsson, an irregular stack of thirty-nine dark wool blankets exhibited recently at Team Gallery along with a selection of other works from the past year, hints at a distinctly provocative, possibly nihilistic worldview.