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31 Mar

Chic
Main Entry:      1chic           Listen to the pronunciation of 1chicPronunciation\ˈshēk\ Function:noun Etymology:French Date:1856
1: smart elegance and sophistication especially of dress or manner : style <wears her clothes with superb chic>2: a distinctive mode of dress or manner associated with a fashionable lifestyle, ideology, or pursuit <wearing the latest in urban chic>3: a faddishly popular quality or appeal ; also : something (as a practice or interest) having such appeal <the transient tides of academic chic — Irving Kristol>

Batik
Main Entry: ba·tik           Listen to the pronunciation of batik Pronunciation:\bə-ˈtēk, ˈba-tik\ Function:noun Etymology:Javanese batik Date:1817
1: a fabric printed by an Indonesian method of hand-printing textiles by coating with wax the parts not to be dyed ; also : the method itself2: a design executed in batik. Patterns similar to Indonesian batik are also found in several countries of West Africa, such as Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Uganda and Mali, and in Asia, such as India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Iran, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Burma.
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