long-staple


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Adj.1.long-staple - having relatively long fibers; "long-staple cotton"
long - primarily spatial sense; of relatively great or greater than average spatial extension or extension as specified; "a long road"; "a long distance"; "contained many long words"; "ten miles long"
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It also aims to enhance the economic performance of projects that operate in the field of manufacturing long-staple cotton, including small and medium enterprises (SMEs), developing supply chains, managing production, and developing industrial technologies and marketing systems.
The project also aims to improve the economic performance of projects operating in the field of manufacturing long-staple cotton, including small and medium enterprises (SMEs), developing supply chains, managing production, and developing industrial technologies and marketing systems.
In 2015 global shipments of long-staple (wool) spindles decreased sharply to 61% from 138,000 in 2014 to 54,000.
The regression coefficients of all the variables in the quantile model appear high volatility after 85 points, the main reason is that in high sample site data is mainly for the Long-staple cotton.
It was explained the significance of technical education and training and their crucial contribution to the cultivation of the long-staple Egyptian cotton to serve the development of textile industry.
Satin is made from a low-twist long-staple filament yarn and is constructed using a process similar to a twill weave.
Two years after its founding, the company launched the MicroCotton towel, a luxury towel made of 100 percent long-staple, very fine cotton which absorbs 250 percent faster than ordinary cotton towels.
It is made from Extra Long-Staple Egyptian Supima cotton fibres.
AGIS Ceramic Fiber Rope is manufactured by twisting or braiding long-staple, high-strength alumina and silica fibers together with an organic carrier.
Dr Abdul Rahman also blamed the Egyptian research centres for not introducing new studies to help enhance the land productivity of Egypt's famed long-staple cotton.
Debuting at the September market were three towel ranges: Morningside, a basic made from premium low-twist yarns for softness; Abington Hill, consisting of 100 percent supima cotton made more absorbent and soft through air-rich technology; and Highland Park, the top-of-the-line grouping made from extra long-staple, three-ply, zero-twist yarn.
Zegarra and Amelia Peloquin, another knitter and also a Friend of the Library, have been to Iceland, and they talked about how the Icelanders use only Lopi, the brand name of a long-staple wool.