camel hair

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camel hair

[′kam·əl ‚her]
(textiles)
A fine, natural textile fiber obtained from the bactrian camel.
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With the help of a pair of scissors, he cuts camel's hair in such a way that geometrical designs are carved out, said the official.
One is manual infestation of arthropods with a soft-bristled camel's hair brush (Cloyd & Sadof 1998).
More than a dozen shops are dedicated to traditional handicrafts ranging from inside bottle painting, handwoven textiles, fishing nets made of date palm, ropes made of camel's hair and boat models made of palm leaves; all showcasing the unique culture, tradition and life of an Emirati.