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A loosely woven fabric with a rough nubby texture.

[French, past participle of ratiner, to adorn, from ratine, ratteen; see ratteen.]


(ræˈtiːn) ,






(Textiles) a coarse loosely woven cloth
[C17: from French, from ratine, of obscure origin]
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She ground her way through the thick cover and up the ratine wall, bird in mouth.
Isskirtinis tiltinio modulio bruozas--tai kelis kartus uz ratine baze didesnis tarpuvezio plotis.
RATINE A Rough dress fabric B Untrustworthy C Reasonable who am I?
04 Table 5 The Impact of Reinsurer Ratine Downgrades on Primary Insurer Rating Downgrades, 2003-2009 Expected (1) No (2) Main Variables Sign Interaction Model RDownRec_UN +/- -0.
system) no HVl ratine bathrooms ("recovery") (exhaust) and second floor hallway (supply) Lighting All compact - fluorescein and LED liuhtini; Appliances All Energy Star - (refrigerator, dishwasher, washing machine) Renewable 5.
Gravimetrinio tinklo islyginimo pagal pirmaji varianta rezultatai rodo, kad antrosios klases punktu islygintuju sunkio pagreicio reiksmiu vidutine kvadratine paklaida nevirsija 2 [micro]Gal, vieno matavimo vidutine kvad ratine paklaida--5 [micro]Gal.
Once supplier feedback is received, a decision matrix is used to determine the level and ratine, assigned based on Table 3.
You're talking about Victorian Liverpool - draped piano legs, ratine fringes, layers of curtains - that's what everything looked like and then these people come along and create something that swept all that away," explains Emmerson.
These include chenille, ratine, and air and tangle, as well as traditional yarn strands.
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One of the company's newest collections, Galleria, uses highly textured polypropylene ratine and chenille yarns that can be used both indoors and outdoors.