After a few minutes the cloth was removed and the bed was rotated into an upright position.
It was in this decade that the cloth was finally made available for scientific testing.
Make it into fur socks or a bathroom rug or an unseen lining for a cloth coat—utility without propaganda.
Ian Wilson concludes that the image on the cloth is a “paranormal” phenomenon.
But the reality of it was under the cloth he had covering his mouth there was no mouth left.
Watch the next experiment to see what a strong acid will do to cloth.
Clean two fine fresh mackerel, and wipe them dry with a cloth.
The body was now enfolded in the cloth, and returned to the friends.
She asked me to hand her her cheese-hoop and cloth, which were lying on the table behind me.
"That's more than I can say of myself," said the cloth Dog sadly.
Old English claþ "a cloth, sail, cloth covering, woven or felted material to wrap around one," hence, also, "garment," from Proto-Germanic *kalithaz (cf. Old Frisian klath "cloth," Middle Dutch cleet, Dutch kleed "garment, dress," Middle High German kleit, German Kleid "garment"), of obscure origin. As an adjective from 1590s. The cloth "the clerical profession" is from 17c. in reference to characteristic dress.