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The Figure in the Carpet (Webster's English Thesaurus Edition)

The Figure in the Carpet (Webster's English Thesaurus Edition)

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"I've Been a Bad, Bad, Bad Girl."

"I've Been a Bad, Bad, Bad Girl."

I went into our living room last night to discover a purse theft.

Well, actually a theft of my hair brush and Kleenex from my purse. The purse, itself, is to the left of this photo on a table that Ms. H. has direct access if she jumps up on the soft.

Per her usual, she chews things up, but never swallows. Her favorite chew toy of choice that is not a chew toy are sticks - plain, old ordinary sticks that she brings into the house through the doggy door.



Iranian carpet design - in the Islamic and Turkish art museum off the Hippodrome, which is well worth visiting. The ethnographic department on the lower floor has lots of information (in English and Turkish) but is rather poorly presented, though I enjoyed the room-sets of 19th century Istanbul houses. But the main museum is really marvellous, with carpets going back to the thirteenth century and some lovely frescoes from Seljuk times.

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A century of carpet and rug making in America

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