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A blanket is a swath of soft cloth large enough either to cover or to enfold most of the user's body and thick enough to keep the body warm by trapping radiant body heat that otherwise would be lost through convection.
Blankets is an autobiographical graphic novel by Craig Thompson, published in 2003 by Top Shelf Productions. As a coming-of-age autobiography, the book tells the story of Thompson's childhood in an Evangelical Christian family, his first love, and his early adulthood. The book was widely acclaimed, with Time magazine ranking it #1 in its 2003 Best Comics list, and #8 in its Best Comics of the Decade.
Etymology and Origins
First made by the Brothers Blanket, of Bristol, in 1337.
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The numerical value of blankets in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of blankets in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of blankets in a Sentence
Have I been made for this, to lie under the blankets and keep myself warm?
They can use it for however they need, now they are talking about some other things. Whether its educational videos or blankets or whatever makes these kids feel more comfortable, theyll get.
The danger is that thick blankets, quilt or pillows can obstruct the baby’s airway, which would keep them from being able to breathe.
We’ve looked at these boxes for the last year. They’re good in the sense that it sends the right message that the baby should sleep without accouterments: no blankets, stuffed animals or baby bumpers.
I saw with my own eyes when we distributed the blankets and the mattresses and the buckets that the people had been waiting for months and were extremely happy, but also I saw in their faces how much this was needed.
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- des couverturesFrench
- ad sedendumLatin
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