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be (all) part of life's rich tapestry

A phrase that encourages acceptance of the unenjoyable things that happen in life. Nobody likes dealing with car problems, but they're just part of life's rich tapestry, unfortunately. The tantrums of toddlerhood are all part of life's rich tapestry.
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we believe exactly the to host David The British Museum is currently favourite to host the tapestry with Canterbury, Hastings, York and Leicester all in the running - but now David Burbidge CBE DL, the chairman of the Coventry City of Culture Trust, is throwing the city's hat firmly into the ring.
Prime Minister Theresa May said: Our shared history is reflected in the loan of the Bayeux Tapestry to the UK in 2022, the first time it will be on British soil in more than 900 years.
The Bayeux Tapestry is of huge importance, as it recounts a crucial moment in British and French history, 1066.
Hartwig Fischer added: "The Bayeux Tapestry is of huge importance.
The 70-metre long tapestry, whose precise origins are obscure and which has not left France in its nearly 950-year known history, is currently on display in the town of Bayeux, in the north-western French region of Normandy.
There is a steady ribbon of text in the upper part of the tapestry panels (from the Book of Revelation and some related sources) below which is an eclectic melee of recycled imagery, much of it drawn from artists of the Apocalypse including Durer, El Greco and Giotto, with other motifs from lesser known sources including English and French illuminated manuscripts.
She said:"That's actually the end of the currently funded bit of the tapestry.
Over bank holiday weekend we had the Knights' Tourna ment, the tapestry arrived and the workshop with Liz, so it was an action-packed programme.
With versatile dorm essentials like a tapestry, the college student can make the residence hall room feel even more like home.
The artist who designed the tapestry, Andrew Crummy, said: "It's the equivalent of stealing from your own grandmother.
The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry will tell the stories of people who left their homeland and moved to new communities across the globe.
With this transaction, the vision for the ground floor space at Tapestry comes full circle.
25 January 2013 a[euro]" US Equinox Financial Group LLC has announced the acquisition of domestic investment advisor Tapestry Asset Management LP, without disclosing the value of the transaction.
THE intricate detail of the Bayeux Tapestry has been painstakingly recreated in glass to form the centrepiece of an autumn exhibition.
The Tapestry Therapeutic Community is a result of that effort.