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Liberty's

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLiberty'sLib‧er‧ty's /ˈlɪbətiz $ -ər-/ (also Liberty) trademark  a famous department store in central London which sells clothes and things for the home, but is best known for its beautiful and expensive cloth, which is often specially designed and which can be used for making curtains, covering chairs etc. Many Liberty goods come from India, China, and East Asia. Several other cities in the UK have a Liberty's a Liberty fabric/pattern/scarf
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