Definition of weaver
1 : one that weaves especially as an occupation
2 : any of numerous Old World passerine birds (family Ploceidae) that resemble finches and typically construct elaborate nests of interlaced vegetation
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Ralph Brooks Vincent was born on March 20, 1939, in Cumberland to Ralph Vincent, a truck driver, and Evelyn Snyder, a weaver.
The weavers during the Colonial era spun fibers for clothing, blankets, quilts, and rugs.
Look up to the right, at the back of the American Hotel, to glimpse a towering portrait of a Navajo weaver by artist El Mac.
The store, founded in 1974 by owner and professional weaver Marcy Johnson, offers supplies used for knitting, crocheting, felting, weaving, spinning, dyeing, and other fiber arts.
With a surface area of 83,994 ha and a population of 184,253, this biosphere reserve is home to endemic species such as the Usambara eagle owl, the Usambara weaver and the African violet.
Television presenter, transvestite, tapestry-weaver and ceramicist Grayson Perry is very much one of the latter.
The all-white furnishings are paired with Bolivian textiles: an Apple store designed by an Andean weaver.
That date brings an exhibition of seven regional weavers, history tours and more. – HS Sunday ▪ Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op.
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