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hackle

[′hak·əl]
(textiles)
A board studded with long, thin wire brushes and used for hackling.
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She told Radio Times magazine: "When people say the show is hard to watch, I get my hackles up.
The cheeks are split jungle cock and the head hackle is longish black hen.
My motto is cancel and cart yourself off to bed" Emily Maitlis, Newsnight presenter on what makes her hackles rise
THERE will be some middle class hackles raised at the publication of King James' School's 40 rules.
They are made of extended white turkey wing tip feathers that are heavily layered with colored hackles. This is the style of bustle that has been the most popular among fancy dancers for decades until the recent surge in popularity of eagle bustles.
When my German Shepherd puppy plays with other dogs, his hackles raise so I pull him out of the play but he now seems to get worse when I do it.
Tenders are invited for Supply of costumes, other related items (Track Suit, Rain coat, Socks, Caps, Shoes, White shirts, White trousers, White skirts, Socks, Stocking, White Cap, Tie, Hackles, Etc.) for National/ State Independence Day Celebrations - 2014.
On Friday, Badal introduced Arun Jaitley as the future deputy prime minister of India to people living in the border district of Attari, in what can potentially raise hackles within the BJP.
My parents bought me a basic fly-tying kit, a vice, hackle pliers, some hooks, thread, beeswax, and an assortment of hackles and wing feathers.
FEW issues raise hackles like plans to build on our green fields - especially on previously protected land.
Wide-ranging annual US-South Korea military drills, ended a week ago, had also contributed to raise the hackles of North Korea.
Don't get your hackles up, but high feather prices for fly tyers aren't going way down anytime too soon.