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tricot

[′trē·kō]
(textiles)
A warp-knitted fabric, that is, flat-knitted with fine ribs on the face (lengthwise) and ribs on the back (widthwise).
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In addition, Goran Bille, CEO of AB Lindex, will become CEO of Gina Tricot to replace Appelqvist, the buyer added.
The number of visits and the amount of time the salesperson spends are not the critical factors," Tricot says.
I learnt crochet and tricot in school and I loved the idea of making different designs out of wool and thread," she said.
The Storm Pants feature Thermore insulation; brushed tricot lining; a high-backed, grip strip waistband with suspender buttons; five pockets; and zip-to-knee cuff openings with zippered storm flaps.
Nota is much smaller, but brings to Sylis an expertise in graphic applications, explained Sylis president Jacques Tricot.
Gianfranco Ferre has used ``techno-twill'' in his debut Gieffeffe line, while Bisou-Bisou by Michele Bohbot is using tricot spandex and supplex.
Home to the Gap, Casual Corner, Tricot Caroll, Cosmetics Plus, and the hot spot Harley Davidson Cafe, now Sixth Avenue in the Fifties offers a diverse shopping experience and looks far less corporate than previous years.
These materials are typically made with a tricot technology or a needle-punched nonwovens process.
For the tricot machine sector KARL MAYER also presented a new development of the HKS series as well as a LIBA machine type COP 2 K+E.
The product, which may be used as both outerwear or your base layer, also has a moveable magnetic ear flap, and its Polyester Tricot will resist any snags or tears.
He said the truth had been hidden from senior civil servantMBernard Tricot, whose report concluded on August 26 that French agents had been sent to New Zealand only to spy on Greenpeace's campaign against French nuclear tests in the Pacific.
The fully padded and lined bag has a bonded foam core and a brushed tricot lining and two padded inside gun pockets and eight padded magazine sleeves.