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braiding

[′brād·iŋ]
(engineering)
Weaving fibers into a hollow cylindrical shape.
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Part of a black hair care industry thought to be worth a billion dollars a year, African hair braiding salons, where braiders deftly twist and interlace strands of natural hair with synthetic extensions into striking hairdos, can be found in cities all across America.
Brantley, who has been braiding hair professionally in Dallas for more than 30 years, told a House committee last month that she doesn't use scissors or combs - just her hands.
Jeanne, a hair dresser, at Franka Salon, the first Afro-hair salon operated by Cameroonians that was opened over fifteen years ago said they offer various products and services for Afro-hair including braiding, weaving, treatment, relaxing, extensions besides others.
In order to meet the requirements of rubber hose manufacturers, Rockwell developed and produced the 225-II shuttle-type maypole braider (maypole working principle) with a braiding speed of 225 rpm.
Trinity Braiding enhances racquet performance by increasing the torsional stability of the Pro Braided.
4 Repeat the braiding and softening action with the section you left out in step 1, so you now have two separate plaits.
Add braiding around the hem, use tinsel for a headdress.
BIRMINGHAM mental health bosses have been accused of "institutionalised racism" over a new policy warning nurses that braiding their hair is a danger at work.
Features with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions are all of the techniques necessary including twisting, knotting, interloping, weaving, braiding, loopwork, ply-split darning, working with beads, and creating braids from start to finish.
Whether novice or experienced researcher into the metaphysical subjects of stick signs (purposeful symbols), mane braiding (intricate braids appearing in horses' manes overnight), the predominant Bigfoot theories and why they don't fit the known facts, and the distortions of human history as they have affected our perceptions of Bigfoot, "Backyard Bigfoot" is as informative as it is entertaining, and most especially recommended to the attention of those with an interest in human evolution, lost civilizations, UFOs, ancient artwork, metaphysical studies, and the legendary Sasquatch known in the Himalayan mountains as the Yeti, and in our own North American forests as Bigfoot.
Scarlata added, "In other words, braiding is simply a process not a style.