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scroll in Design topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishscrollscroll1 /skrəʊl $ skroʊl/ noun [countable]  1 RECORDa long piece of paper that can be rolled up, and is used as an official document2 AVDDECORATEa design shaped like a piece of rolled up paper
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scrollThe dark squiggles and scrolls are left on the skin to allow the design to set, usually overnight.I take my time before moving on to the birchbark scrolls.Item 2 is the brass scroll which was once part of the Royal Warwickshire regiment's cap badge.The first is labelled: Ojibway music scroll.There is one scroll in particular which Gary wishes me to recover.A paper dragon and a paper tiger dangled from the ceiling; on the walls were scrolls with oriental writing on them.