Origin of tulle
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Examples from the Web for tulle
After lunch one day, Hollande drove her back to her hotel in Limoges (he was headed to Tulle) and confessed his love.
The couple had much history in Tulle (they had even discussed getting married there) and Trierweiler wanted to be by his side.
“François did not drive back to Tulle that evening,” she writes.
Emma: I have three boxes full of sequined and tulle thingamajigs that go in my hair.How I Write Family Edition: Emma Straub & Peter Straub|Noah Charney|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In his Tulle acceptance speech, Hollande quickly looked to dampen enthusiasm with talk of duty and heavy lifting.Francois Hollande: France’s Anti-Sarkozy President|Tracy McNicoll|May 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Beyond, Mr. Incoul could see the tulle of the ballet rising and subsiding to the rhythm of the orchestra.Mr. Incoul's Misadventure|Edgar Saltus
The tulle body is gathered at the waist, in front, and at the bottom of the back.
A basket adorned with a huge bow of tulle came from another box and I was forced to voice my admiration with the greatest vigor.The Heart's Kingdom|Maria Thompson Daviess
Photographs were taken; she, gracious and bending in a cloud of tulle; he, stiffly upright but smiling resolutely.Where the Sabots Clatter Again|Katherine Shortall
I wore my light blue tulle with silver braid; and I will add that I left the greater part of the tulle at the Palace.Letters of a Diplomat's Wife|Mary King Waddington