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1) cartilage, gristle; 2) fringe ornament of silk threads; 2) style of continuously falling rain-drops, tears etc. rdog rdog [IW]
 
1) cartilage, gristle; 2) fringe ornament of silk threads; 2) style of continuously falling rain-drops, tears etc. rdog rdog [IW]
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1) fringes, edging, edges, borders, hems, trimmings, frills, flounces, ruffles; 2) fringe ornament of silk threads; 3) trim, hem, edge, border, rim, bind, braid; 4) tassel; decorate, adorn, ornament, embellish, finish [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:28, 24 March 2019

SA rdog rdog [JV]

1) cartilage, gristle; 2) fringe ornament of silk threads; 2) style of continuously falling rain-drops, tears etc. rdog rdog [IW]

1) fringes, edging, edges, borders, hems, trimmings, frills, flounces, ruffles; 2) fringe ornament of silk threads; 3) trim, hem, edge, border, rim, bind, braid; 4) tassel; decorate, adorn, ornament, embellish, finish [Erick Tsiknopoulos]