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woollen

(US), woolen
relating to or consisting partly or wholly of wool
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The resolution further said that with the colure of Woolen miles in Harnai large number of people rendered jobless and the local economy was badly affected.
The new breed is famous for semi-fine woolen production to cater people's high demands of quality woolen garments during winter season.
On people's complaints, the Deputy Commissioner Nadeem Nasir have directed the magistrates and assistant commissioner to expedite campaign against shopkeepers who are selling woolen garments, sweaters and blankets on very high prices.
Among textile products, woolen fabrics are used in various industries due to their unique properties such as insulation and flexibility.
Below: Kills Morning (Anpoakte Win) and young daughter, both wearing woolen cloth dresses adorned with rows of dentalium shells.
That's why we are buying so many woolen garments," said Sanjay Kumar, a tourist from Kolkata.
The large players like Jayashree Textiles (Aditya Birla Nuvo), Vikram woolen (Grasim) and Oswal woolen Mills, are having a tough time due to supply bottlenecks and consequent increase in price.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraq's Ministry of Industry & Minerals has allocated 12.5 billion (b) Iraqi Dinars (US$11 millions approx.) for the rehabitation of the woolen industries plants, belonging to the state-owned General Company for Woolen Industries, the Ministry's Media Director, Hanaa al-Husseiny said on Sunday.
He is best known for his book on the trade and marketing of Florentine woolen cloth, L'arte della lana in Firenze nel Basso Medioevo: il commercio della lana e il mercato dei panni fiorentini nei secoli XIII-XV (1980).
NEW YORK-Canadian fabric manufacturer Victor Woolen Products Ltd.
Craig Becker, "Property in the Workplace: Labor, Capital and Crime in the Eighteenth Century British Woolen and Worsted Industries," Virginia Law Review 69 (1983): 1487-1515; John Rule, The Labouring Classes in Early Industrial England, 1750-1850 (London, 1986), pp.
Earnings data for the occupations studied separately in wool textile mills are presented for three major categories-- woolen, worsted, and the combination of woolen and worsted occupations.