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woollen

fabrics such as tweeds, felts, flannels, blankets, knitwear made of wool with a shorter fiber length than that used for worsted.
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The prices of woolen garments including sweaters have increased due to increase in chilness in the district and people are being forced to buy these products on high rate to beat coldness.
Carbon nanotubes have been added to woolen fabrics that are insulators by themselves.
Left: Comes-Out-Holy (Wakauhi Napa), Oglala Sioux, wearing eagle feather warbonnet, commercial cloth shirt and vest, brass armbands, woolen trade cloth leggings, and wrapped in a woolen blanket.
There are atleast 40 hawkers who have been selling the woolen garments for more than 40 years.
Earlier, finer woolen yarn used to constitute 25% of the export basket and this has now dropped to 15%-18%.
She said the Company had imported, within its production plan, 8 Belgian Jackar machines, Model 2010, with high technical specifications for the production of modern blankets, scheduled to start operation next April, adding that the General Company for Woolen Industries is producing about 4,000 blankets per month.
Finally, they offer a superb, carefully documented chronology of the development of the woolen cloth industry in Florence.
will operate as a wholly owned, but entirely separate, subsidiary of Victor Woolen Products.
Craig Becker, "Property in the Workplace: Labor, Capital and Crime in the Eighteenth Century British Woolen and Worsted Industries," Virginia Law Review 69 (1983): 1487-1515; John Rule, The Labouring Classes in Early Industrial England, 1750-1850 (London, 1986), pp.
Earnings data for the occupations studied separately in wool textile mills are presented for three major categories-- woolen, worsted, and the combination of woolen and worsted occupations.