cambric cambric


  • (n) a finely woven white linen


  1. His letters go out as a cambric-like cloth sized with kaolin, with a smooth web finish and high tensile strength.
  2. But even his rectory-crumpets-and-cold-cambric-tea manner cannot utterly defeat the notable materials of his second passage to India.
  3. Rumpled, testy Mark Rothko produces pictures as smooth and calm as a cup of cambric tea.


  1. Johnstown police charge two in fatal shooting

    JOHNSTOWN — Johnstown police charged two men on Monday in connection with a fatal shooting on Sunday outside Edder's Den. Police charged Joshua Nathaniel Cambric, 33, of the 100 block of Fairfield Avenue, with criminal homicide.
    on March 31, 2014     Source: The Tribune-Democrat

  2. Charges filed, two in custody in relation to Johnstown slaying

    By: WJAC Web Staff JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- Two men are in custody and one is facing a homicide charge after a shooting left a person dead outside a Cambria County bar, court documents showed. Johnstown police filed charges against Joshua Cambric, 33, including homicide, aggravated assault and firearms violations, related to the shooting in the parking lot of Edder's Den at about 7:30 p. ...
    on March 31, 2014     Source: WJAC 6 Johnstown

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