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 n.— «The second collection of Liebes-weave designs has appeared on the market, somewhat more intricate than the first, larger in scale, and in some colorways more suitable for big, bold decorative panels rather than retiring backgrounds.» —“New Ideas and Inventions” by Mary Roche New York Times Mag. Apr. 10, 1949. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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