dyeworks

Related to dyeworks: dyeing

dyeworks

(ˈdaɪwɜːks)
n
(Dyeing) a factory producing dyes
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dyeworks

[ˈdaɪwɜːks] NPLtintorería fsing

dyeworks

[ˈdaɪˌwɜːks] nsgtintoria
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He had been a member of Linthwaite Cricket Club and worked at Longfield Dyeworks in Linthwaite.
Dragynknyts Fiber And Dyeworks, Keith Connors, 655 Goodpasture Island Rd Apt 235.
Oatmeal & Fox Dyeworks, Oatmeal & Fox Dyeworks, 3105 Alderwood Ave.
5m in a new 83-bedroom hotel in a former dyeworks factory in the city last year and creating 35 new jobs.
Top: Peter Behrens Hoechst Dyeworks in Frankfurt-Hoechst, main hall, interior, 1920-25 (c) akg-images/Peter Seidel and, detail of Georges Barbier Fans, 1924, lithograph, Collection Kharbine-Tapabor, Paris (c) Bridgeman Art Library.
Wada, author of ''Shibori'' and ''Memory on Cloth'' (both published by Kodansha), has taught and written about shibori for over 30 years, co-founded Berkeley's Kasuri Dyeworks in 1975, and helped introduce shibori to the United States.
It said: "Jean Gobelin, a native of Reims founded in 1450 a dyeworks and cloth factory.
At the end of the eighteenth century Number l0 was bought by Margaret Chamberlain, whose lather had established a large cotton printing and dyeworks near St Petersburg in 1753.
Scottish Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, The Dyeworks, New Lanark, Lanark.
The other is in Queniborough in Leicestershire [central England] whose dyeworks (until they caught fire a few years ago, spraying chemicals over the village), used to dump some of their residues into the sewage system.
The South Knighton Dyeworks, a subsidiary of Abbey, has been sold to help guarantee some supplies.
Last week's farcical World Cup clash must have seemed a million miles away from the Ayrshire dyeworks where he was once poised to work as a kid before Chelsea stepped in.