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noils

short and broken fibers combed out of the wool staple during processing.
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We expect noil growth to pickup to 4 per cent in 2017, supported by ambitious infrastructure projects.
Companies that have already registered for the event include: Tanquid, OPEC, Vopak, Mestilla, Petrom, Amerifina Bio-Fuels, Noil Energy Group, Enamo, MUNZER Bioindustrie, OK a.
De Martino responded to the attack with an article entitled Allora Croce era con noil, published in the newspaper Avanti
Ferrillo titled the piece "Water Reflection," for the subtle, blue ripple effect that she deftly evoked from yarns of silk noil and Tencel, a cellulose-based human-made fiber.
Norwegian oil E&P company Det norske oljeselskap ASA said on Thursday (13 December) that its subsidiary NOIL Energy ASA failed to find hydrocarbons in an appraisal well in the Thorkildsen prospect in the North Sea.
Abstract: This paper presents the effect of chemically modifying hemp and flax hackling noil on the physical/mechanical and chemical properties of the fibres.
Tant es subtils qu'om non la pot vezer, E corr tan tost que res noil pot fugir, E fer tan dreg que res noil pot gandir Ab dart d'acier, don fai colp de plazer, On non ten pro ausbercs fortz ni espes, Si lansa dreit; e pois trai demanes Sajetas d'aur ab son arc estezat; Pois lans' un dart de plom gent afilat.
Anderson, 'Aesthetic Concepts of Art', Noil Carroll (ed.
Noil is satisfactory for the manufacture of felts and woolens.
In addition to raw cotton in bleached and extra cleaned versions, Edward Hall produced bleached comber noil and cotton wastes for surgical and healthcare applications as well as waddings, quilts and pillow.
Others argue that ex ante techniques - such as procedural requirements, agency structure, and requiring reports - are also quite effective ways to influence bureaucratic policy making (McCubbins 1985; McCubbins, Noil, and Weingast 1987; Calvert, McCubbins and Weingast 1989).
Du Barry's resistance became famous: She rent the air with her shrieks and was deaf to the expostulations of Noil, a deputy of the Gironde who perished at the same time, and who encouraged her to resign herself to a fate which was inevitable.