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merino

1. a breed of sheep, originating in Spain, bred for their fleece
2. the long fine wool of this sheep
3. the yarn made from this wool, often mixed with cotton

merino

[mə′rē·nō]
(textiles)
A fine, soft fabric made of wool from the Merino sheep. Also known as botany.
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Should Benitez deem that Merino - who admitted he felt "tired" during the closing stages of the 2-0 defeat against Liverpool - does not warrant another start, then he would likely name Isaac Hayden in a Premier League XI for just the second time in 2018.
And with Shelvey likely to be absent for Saturday's match against relegation rivals Southampton at St James' Park, Merino is set to continue in midfield - particularly given Rafa Benitez's promise to "attack" the Saints.
Rafa Benitezplayed a key role in luring Merino to Tyneside, given the Newcastle manager's reputation in Spain, but the presence of his compatriots has helped Merino to settle swiftly into life in North East England.
The Inaya collection is Malhotra's first Merino wool line which presents this fibre in a way like never before.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 30 ( ANI ): A recent research, funded by The Woolmark Company, has demonstrated that wearing superfine Merino wool next to the skin is therapeutic for those suffering from eczema.
But Merino aggressively nodded home a Matt Ritchie corner - with an element of fortune.
week sla p Merino, 21, signed from Borussia Dortmund, has a defensive attitude labelled "a joke" and "what you would see in kids' football," by Souness.
Made from a base of supersoft merino wool, we add in 15 percent waste yarn scraps from our friends at Reunion Yarn Co.
He said, The Merino power plant generates more than 25 GWh/y of electricity, , adding that this was one of the first of its kind deals in the country.
Therapeutic products company Ritter Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq:RTTR) disclosed on Tuesday the addition of William Merino, PhD to its board of directors.
En medio de esa constante busqueda de pertenencia a Nueva York --a la sociedad, al paisaje, a la lengua--, Merino se apropia del espacio ajeno y de las calles cosmopolitas, mediante los paseos cotidianos que relata con un tono nostalgico.
En Formar Lectores en la Era Digital, Paciano Merino y Jose Luis Polanco proponen una revision de las tecnicas utilizadas en la formacion del habito lector en los ninos y jovenes actuales.