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spandex

[′span‚deks]
(textiles)
An elastic synthetic fiber; usually provides a core around which other fibers are wound.
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Hyosung has a spandex brand called Creora, which has a 60 percent market share in the synthetic textile sector.
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Spandex, nylon and polyester are very handy and useful materials, but whoever invented them did not foresee how it could impact an unsuspecting society.
In the spandex fiber market, the textile industry is estimated to grow at a significant pace during the forecast period.
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Their escapades saw Spandex nominated for the prestigious Eagle Award, the British comic industry's Oscar.
When Spandex first came out it was in newspapers and radio.
Watch out, Avengers, the battle for spandex domination has just begun.
A Mattinson via email RFO replies: Bobby Spandex supports Sheffield United, Mr Mattinson.
Spandex is always blended with other natural and synthetic fibers such as cotton, wool, silk, and linen.
Spandex Fast and Hard is hilarious and vivid, appears in full color, and is a graphic novel charting the adventures of a group of gay super-heroes battling 50 -foot lesbians, pink ninjas, and more.