Burlap (disambiguation)

Burlap (disambiguation)

Burlap is a dense woven fabric.

It may also refer to:
* Burlap, India, a city in India
* The [http://www.caucho.com/resin-2.1/ejb-ref/burlap-draft-spec.xtp Burlap protocol]

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