blanket with

blanket (someone or something) with (something)

To cover with something. By the time I got to the beach, the kids had already blanketed grandpa with sand. The storm blanketed the mountaintops with snow, making it look like a scene from a painting.
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blanket someone or something with something

Fig. to cover someone or something with something. They blanketed the flames with a layer of foam. The children blanketed Jimmy with leaves and pretended he was lost.
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He lifted the edge of the blanket with his nose and crawled across the shoulder until he was altogether inside.
As an afterthought, he fastened the blanket with a piece of rope yarn, so that Jerry was as if tied in a sack.
I was only alive to the condensed confidential comfortableness of sharing a pipe and a blanket with a real friend.
This ultra-soft blanket with medium pile is ideal for dogs that shed.
The primary objective of our study was to determine how blending wood mulch with compost may affect its performance as an erosion control practice relative to a straw blanket with polyacrylamide (PAM).
During the first simulated storm event the compost blanket reduced storm water runoff by 52%, the 2:1 blanket by 54%, the 1:2 blanket by 42%, the wood mulch blanket by 23%, and the straw blanket with PAM by 12%.
Analysis of the first runoff event showed the compost blanket increased the time to runoff commencement sixfold, the 2:1 blanket ninefold, the 1:2 blanket fivefold, the wood mulch blanket fourfold, and the straw blanket with PAM twofold.
During the first runoff event, the compost blanket reduced peak runoff rates by 34%, the 2:1 blanket by 32%, the 1:2 blanket by 33%, the wood mulch blanket by 20%, and the straw blanket with PAM by only 7%.
When making a blanket with saved-list cloth (saw-tooth white selvage edge), method 3 could be used to create a blanket with three stripes down the middle, instead of one.
It offers blankets in both its regular Polarfleece line and its Dakotah Luxe line, a Polarfleece microfiber blanket with a cashmere-like hand, and lighter weight.
A mint-condition vintage Pendleton blanket with a legible label and no moth holes generally fetches $250 to $750.
The primary objective of this study was to determine how blending wood mulch with compost may affect the compost's performance as an erosion control best management practice (BMP) relative to a straw blanket with polyacrylamide (PAM [industry standard BMP]).
Treatments included (1) 100% chipped wood mulch blanket; (2) 100% yard waste compost blanket; (3) 2:1 compost: wood mulch blended blanket (2:1 blend); (4) 1:2 compost: wood mulch blended blanket (1:2 blend); (5) 1:2 compost: wood mulch blended blanket with clover seed added; (6) straw blanket with PAM and 10-10-10 fertilizer; (7) 100% compost blanket with a proprietary PAM blend (PAM1); (8) 100% compost blanket with another proprietary PAM (PAM2); (9) 100% compost blanket with a proprietary biopolymer derived from corn starch (Bio-Floc); and (10) a bare soil (control).
Compost blanket application specifications for vegetation establishment do not require additional fertilizer (the specifications assume there is adequate nutrients within the compost) therefore the straw blanket with PAM treatment was the only treatment to receive additional fertilizer.
For the mass market, the mill offers North Star, a 45 by 60 inch acrylic blanket with saddle stitching, sold in a belly-band wrap.