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ninon

[nē′nȯn]
(textiles)
A sheer crisp fabric in plain weave of silk, nylon, or rayon.
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Ninon Leader, Hungarian Classical Ballads and their Folklore (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ.
Birkins mentioned that two domestic ninon suppliers have been sold out of piece goods through '97.
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Ninon Kohers is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of South Florida.
Now Danish owners Carl and Ninon Lawaetz have been inundated with calls about the pounds 250- a-week cabin.