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slashing

[′slash·iŋ]
(textiles)
The stiffening of warp yarn before the spinning operation, using a solution of oil and starch.
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The project is a chain saw slashing of logging damaged, diseased and suppressed mixed conifer species up to six inches (6 ) DBH, over 175 acres of previously logged areas.
High VAT and high income taxes are what follows for the rest of us, combined with slashing of social services.
TYRE slashing yobs caused thousands of pounds of damage in a drunken rampage.
These statistics coincide with the study's examination of slashes as it is much easier to produce fatal trauma by slashing at the neck (e.
The latest tyre slashing attacks happened in the Attleborough area.
AGUA DULCE - It was a fluke - almost a comical one - that led sheriff's deputies to the arrest this week of a man wanted after a machete slashing during an argument on a Canyon Country roadside, an investigator said Friday.
It also proposed slashing $300 million that was supposed to go toward adapting America's armaments industry for civilian use.
The case history showed that by slashing acquisition costs and the not-taken rate, rapid underwriting/issue would provide insurers with substantial savings, even assuming 4 percent higher mortality.
Simon McLean shadowed Amy Sorley and waited until night before slashing the tyres of her Volkswagen Golf while it was parked.
Tyre slashing thugs left a trail of destruction on a Tyneside estate.
VANDALS who have been slashing tyres in Coventry may have struck again.