Recent Examples of pillowcase from the Web
Bostic and Thomas were found shot to death in the early morning of Jan. 9, 2014 in an Avondale apartment, their hands and legs bound and their heads covered with a pillowcase.
Shop Girls’ tank top with pigeon pattern ($42); Maman x Akiko Tsuji white bunny vase ($60); leaf-print pillowcase ($65).
McGriggs put a pillowcase over the woman's head and repeatedly hit and stabbed her while Barrett was present, according to court documents.
A new duvet cover and pair of pillowcases, or even just a new throw, can transform the look and feel of your bed.
Around the house, investigators found molds and dozens of plastic bags full of candy that had been stashed in buckets and pillowcases.
Watch the brave woman use only a pillowcase to capture this sneaky fella: After capturing the snake, SunShine made sure to release it back in the wilderness safe and sound—just far, far away from the house!
The pillowcases probably still smelled of Ivory soap and hair pomade.
But countless microbes survive in house dust or cling to the surfaces of things like computer screens and pillowcases.
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