permanent press


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permanent press

[′pər·mə·nənt ′pres]
(textiles)
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Since the list has not been revealed publicly, the exact number of journalists who were denied a press card or a permanent press card is not known.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Prime Ministry's Directorate General of Press and Information (BYEGM) denied Ekrem Dumanly, the former editor-in-chief of the Zaman daily, a permanent press pass, according to a recent statement by Turkish Journalists' Association (TGC) President Turgay Olcayto.
50% Polyester & 50% Cotton, permanent press - 34 x 32 1/2" long
Machine wash on the permanent press cycle, or hand wash, in cold water and a mild detergent that does not contain bleach.
The ABU will have a permanent crease and will be offered in 50-50 nylon-cotton blend permanent press fabric eliminating the need for winter and summer weight uniforms.
The BDU-style working uniform, designed to replace seven different styles of current working uniforms, is made of a near maintenance-free permanent press 50/50 nylon and cotton blend.
But there was in no way a view that I would get some kind of permanent press work out of it.
From the permanent press cotton clothing we wear to the ink used to print our newspapers and the nutritional guidelines that help us maintain a healthy lifestyle, ARS's handiwork is evidenced in our lives every day.
And because permanent press products include formaldehyde, he shuns wrinkle-free linens.
His novel, Africa Speaks, was recently published by Permanent Press.
These days, Paul is known as a dependable purveyor of all things poptastic through his record label, Sherman Oaks-based Permanent Press.
According to the company, there are 11 washing cycles: four regular; three permanent press, and one each for knits and delicate fabrics, soaking, pre-washing and extra rinsing.

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