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I • I II I I I sort of large shell-shaped hat in gauze or light crepe, mounted on a wire framework, which was in France mosdy worn my widows in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. At the same time a similar veil, but generally much bigger and made of pale gauze, seems to have been high fashion in England. • compact I refers to a tight, dense fabric I • condense dye with a firm hand. a dye which, during or after • composite . application, reacts covalently a solid product consisting of I with itself or other compounds, two or more discrete physical ; other than the substrate, to phases, including a binding form a molecule of greatly inmaterial (matrix) and a fibrous I creased size.
Soft silky f~sh, very light m weIght. t of extremely so~t do,:ny firush. Natural fibre IS white, black, brown or grey but can be died a variety of shades. The textile industry is only interested in the soft fibres. Knitted into sweaters for men and women, also women's dresses. ~ ; : ~ I casting out the act of rigging some of the pattern controlling hooks of a jacquard loom so that they will not act, when the pattern to be woven does not require the action of all the hooks. I I • cationic ; a type of dye used on acrylic or I on modified polyester or modiI fied nylon yarn .
FInished in widths from 30 to 50 inches. Quality and price vary a great deal. The warp counts are fmer than the fIlling counts, which are spun rather loose. Strong substantial and gives good wear. e, I : where the filaments are sub~ stantially straightened), owing ; to the formation of crimp in : individual ftlament under speci~ fIed conditions of crimp devel; opment. It is expressed as a : percentage of the ext... lded ~ length. I • fr : - cnmp equency I : the number of full waves or Te:aile======== II crimp stIIbility !