Arras

French 13th-16thC TAPESTRY centre from which the word 'arras'-used generally for high-quality wall-hanging or tapestry - is derived. Arras porcelain factory produced noted tableware, 1770-90, and Arras lace, pure white and gold, was sought after in the 17th to 19th centuries.

Arras

The Arras was a French Arras Class patrol vessel of 644 tons displacement launched in 1918. The Arras was powered by two oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 4800 km at 11 knots and carried a complement of about 110. She was armed with two 5.5 inch guns; one 3 inch anti-aircraft gun; two machine-guns and depth charge...
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Arras

Ar'ras noun [ From Arras the capital of Artois, in the French Netherlands.] Tapestry; a rich figured fabric; especially, a screen or hangings of heavy cloth with interwoven figures. « Stateliest couches, with rich arras spread. Cowper. » « Behind the arras
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Arras

Ar'ras transitive verb To furnish with an arras. Chapman.
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Arras

• (v. t.) To furnish with an arras. • (n.) Tapestry; a rich figured fabric; especially, a screen or hangings of heavy cloth with interwoven figures.
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Arras

town, capital of Pas-de-Calais département, Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, former capital of Artois, northern France, on the Scarpe River, southwest of ... [2 related articles]
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Arras

Arras (äräs') , city (1990 pop. 42,715), capital of Pas-de-Calais dept., and historic capital of Artois, N France, on the canalized Scarpe River. It is a communications, farm, and industrial center, with oil works and factories making machinery, metal products, and esparto goods. Of Ga...
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Arras

French town on the Scarpe River northeast of Paris; population (1999) 40,500. It is the capital of Pas-de-Calais département, and was formerly known for tapestry. It was the birthplace of the French revolutionary leader Robespierre
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Arras

A tapestry wall hanging
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Arras

A natural or applied line on the stone from which all leveling and plumbing is measured.
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Arras

In Renaissance drama, a hanging tapestry or a curtain that covered a part of the frons scenae. It hi
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arras

tapestry covering a wall
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