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laces

a term describing white marking on the legs in cats.
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Queen Victoria and all her daughters, as well as Queen Alexandra and Queen Mary, were married in Honiton lace, while the original Royal Christening Robe, made for the christening of Queen Victoria's first child, the Princess Royal, in 1841, was a gift from the lace makers of Woodbury Parish.
A few generations ago, Cypriot women would create lace embroideries to decorate their future homes after they were married.
British Library MS Harley 2320; Griffiths & Edwards 2001; see list of manuscripts in Speiser 2000) provide instructions on how to make various laces and contemporary images show men and women at work.
Philanthropists and entrepreneurs compiled "study collections" of the finest laces from around the world.
The shoe laces offered by Kix Remixed are all manufactured in North Carolina.
Take lace 1 and 4 and tie them in a normal knot across and in front of lace 2 and 3 to secure the cow hitch.
LET'S LACE IT: Prof says bow-tie formation beats traditional way; LOOSE ENDS: Criss-crossing gives you longer laces to tie up; GET KNOTTED: Scientist's third technique, but old way is stronger
However, there is still the problem of fastening the laces.
Diversity seems to be the key to success for lace manufacturers, especially in transitional laces that bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary.
To avoid or relieve heel problems, thread the laces through each other at the top (g).
Step 3 Repeat with a second lace in a different colour Step 4 Take one lace of each colour, these are your 'knotting laces', keep them straight and in the middle