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twill

1. (in textiles) of or designating a weave in which the weft yarns are worked around two or more warp yarns to produce an effect of parallel diagonal lines or ribs
2. any fabric so woven
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You should see all of the women that come in to flirt with him," Twill says.
The Twill Tower will also house an indoor gym, as well as the sky lounge where social functions can be held.
Twill is what is used in shop uniforms for mechanics, etc.
Key words: Wicking, Water absorbency, Air permeability, Modified polyester, Cotton, Normal polyester, Plain weaves, Twill weave and Satin weave.
Mary Twill w Grove is situated a few minutes' walk from some of the area's ' most picturesque beaches, with many of the homes affording stunning sea views over Langland Golf Course.
With purple still a key colour for this season, these stretch satin twill trousers, PS14.
HE Jobcentre dispute that Twill bring hundreds of civil servants out on strike will surely bring ministers down to Earth.
Bleached twill fabric has slightly higher UPF compared to bleached rib weave sample.
Step-by-step directions and patterns cover the plain weave, twill, point twill, rosepath, overshot, and samitum plus other taquete examples.
Filter-grade woven wire cloth is available in several twill designs to meet specific filtration application requirements.
Each country is represented with their motif embroidered onto twill crests, and a large twill '6 NATIONS' patch stands on the back of the shirt.