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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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Tapestry shares were trading up 2.5% at $20.95 in Wednesday's pre-market session.
At the moment, Samsia Panumpang is the only tapestry weaver at Sinagtala.
"The length of the tapestry allows the story to unfold, so in many ways it's the perfect medium for telling the story of the 'Game of Thrones' project."
The Tapestry is the first stage of a wider masterplan to regenerate Galashiels, which is starting to see encouraging developments such as the expansion of local estate agents Cullen Kilshaw into the Transport Interchange and positive community feedback on the Coulters Candy sculpture.
Andrew, who also led the artwork and creativity behind the Great Tapestry of Scotland project, is telling his own and others' cancer journey through tapestry.
Made in the 17th century (the exact date is unknown), the tapestry came to Chester Cathedral in the 1660s through the auspices of Bishop John Bridgeman and hung at the east end of the choir until 1843.
The contract expands upon Tapestry's current GDMS/ITV program in Afghanistan.
The logistical effort of Glasgow's conservators, who spent eight years preparing the tapestry collection for cataloguing and publication, is explored in a series of accomplished technical essays.
Jason Abbott, in whose family the building has been for decades, is now the co-owner of the Tapestry site and chairs the Fabric District community interest company (CIC) which now runs it.
Jason added: "As we've been developing Tapestry we've had businesses coming to us saying they want to come to the area.
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.
The Bayeux Tapestry is of huge importance, as it recounts a crucial moment in British and French history, 1066."
The PM told MPs: "It is very significant that the Bayeux Tapestry is coming to the UK and people are going to be able to see this."
The announcement, a day before French President Emmanuel Macron is due to visit Britain for talks with Prime Minister Theresa May, was greeted with enthusiasm in Britain where the tapestry has powerful historical resonance.