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  • n  an unglazed heavy fabric; brightly printed; used for slipcovers and draperies

  • But inside the spacious mansion at Hyde Park there was warmth and gayety, perhaps in the flowered cretonne drawing-roomwhere afternoon coffee is a daily ritual.
  • With some difficulty and no little expense he set aside one of the Parliamentary bathrooms, tastefully shrouded it in cretonne, appointed a respectable, middle-aged bathmistress.
  • Last week, when Pilgrim held its 45th annual stockholders meeting, Gus Anderson and all the other employes crowded into its cheery cafeteria (green walls, cretonne curtains) to .

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