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opus anglicanum

/ˈəʊpəs æŋɡlɪˈkɑːnəm/
noun
1.
fine embroidery, esp of church vestments, produced in England c.1200–c.1350; characterized by the rich materials used, esp silver gilt thread
Word Origin
Latin: English work
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