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braiding

[′brād·iŋ]
(engineering)
Weaving fibers into a hollow cylindrical shape.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Hair braiders, they said, needed cosmetology licenses to operate even though they use no chemicals or sharp tools and only a small part of the cosmetology program teaches anything about braiding. The inspectors gave her a fine.
The braiding technology allows for a broad range of configurations that are expected to be used in orthopedic applications where two sutures are presently used for fixation.
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Pin in place and keep braiding until you hit your ponytail section.
Craig Goldman, R-Fort Worth, which passed the House last month, would exempt hair braiders like Brantley from having to obtain a cosmetology license to operate a braiding business.
The braiding also gives the user a much higher safety factor if there's concern that the pressure-handling ability of unreinforced tubing may be marginal for the intended application."
1 Prep your hair with a texturizing spray like Tigi's Rockaholic spray (pounds 7.40, www.feelunique.com.) Braiding is a lot easier to do and hair is easier to control when you have some grip.
The tradition of rug braiding came down to me from my hill-farm grandmother.
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.