gazar


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ga·zar

 (gə-zär′)
n.
A loosely woven silk with a crisp finish.

[Probably ultimately from Arabic qazz, raw silk; see gauze.]

gazar

(ɡəˈzɑː)
n
(Textiles) a crisp transparent silk. Also called: silk organza
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They will also visit EBRD clients, including the recently commissioned Senj Sant cement plant; IMC hospital; the Gobi cashmere factory; ice cream maker TESO; Gazar Shim, a canned vegetables producer; and clients in the financial sector, namely Khan Bank, Xac Bank and the microfinance institution, Transcapital.
The "Color Contrast" collection also stood out due to the use of fabrics such as satin, gazar and taffeta that culminate into prominent shoulders, or flow in the back of "Cinderella" ball gowns with generous and sumptuous volume.
The duchess's bridal gown, designed by Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton, was made of ivory and white satin gazar and featured a series of lace motifs including a rose, thistle, daffodil and shamrock to represent England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Major General Tareq Al Gazar, director of security in the city, said authorities were working to identify the attackers.
Gowns in duchess satin, silk gazar, crepe and chiffon sported hip-centric silhouettes -- mostly sweeping the floor or cut to mid-calf.
Hisham Gazar, chairman of the Leather Export Council of Egypt, stated: "We do not know anything about the new programme or when it will commence.
The April 28 ruling by Egyptian judge, Saeed Youssef El Gazar sentenced 683 people to death, including the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Badie.
hoverchat1The company was founded in Egypt about a year ago by Wael Nafee, Mostafa Gazar and Ahmed Galal.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a custom Judd Waddell A-line silk gazar gown in ivory.
Cold weather spell has intensified in Gilgit, Skardu, Astor, Diamer, Swat , Malam Jabba, Gazar and other areas, while temperature has been recorded minus 5 degrees in Astor and minus 3 in Skardu.
Using a limited palette of mostly olive green and muted blues, Dina played with crepe, lace and predominantly gazar.
Mohammad Amin Bahrami (1,2), Razieh Montazeralfaraj (2) *, Saeed Hashemi Gazar (3), and Arefeh Dehghani Tafti (4)