Wicker Basket


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Wicker Basket

A British slang term for 15 pounds.
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I shall wear Victorian long skirts to match the wicker basket.
I filled my wicker basket to the brim with homemade pickles and relishes, sourdough breads, locally grown fruit and veg, meats from the deli and a rather delicious looking chocolate pud then made my way to the cashier.
This report focuses on the main types of wicker baskets from the Philippines - bamboo, rattan, Manila hemp and natural material.
Use a wicker basket for collecting and storing driftwood and special pebbles to bring a bit of the seaside inside.
99 Chrysanthemum, Kalandiva, Camaedorea & Ivy arranged in white wicker basket with decorative bow Height (cm): 40 Twin Stem Orchid in Ceramic Pot 8.
But his chip smacked the wicker basket (right) - which Merion uses instead of flags - and bounced back 40 yards down a hill.
AN unattended tea light candle left on a wicker basket sparked a fire in the bathroom of a house which had no working smoke alarms.
A PENSIONER escaped from a house blaze after a wicker basket left next to her log fire went up in flames.
Ahead of National Picnic Week (August 9-15) here are some suggestions which should find a place in your wicker basket and grace the picnic blanket - fingers crossed that the sun shines.
The wicker basket with the coal embers is held within the folds of the long and loose pherans (traditional garment) during winter.
The teacher we had when we were eight or nine was strict and rode through the gates on an old pushbike with a big wicker basket on the front.
Perfect for Christmas is The Ludlow Food Centre Hamper, a traditional wicker basket crammed with luxurious goodies such as Romy Cuisine pate made in Wales, Tipsy Fruit Gins from Tenbury Wells, Christmas pudding by Handmade in Ludlow and beautifully presented dark chocolates by Williams & Dunkerton of Leominster.