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Tea-towel is a term used in Australia, Great Britain and Ireland for a cloth used to dry wet dishes.

A variant, as a cultural artifact, is often found in tacky country souvenir shops, fetchingly silk-screened with local landmarks. Most collectable examples feature inaccurate colour registration, and pictures of the widely decimated indigenous aborigines.

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