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tex

n
(Units) a unit of weight used to measure the density of yarns. It is equal to 1 gram per 1000 metres
[C20: from French, from textile textile]
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Tex.

Texas.
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"Believe that tex? Do I believe in my own existence!"
Not but what this is a very good tex for rural districts.
"I have walked hundreds of miles this past summer, painting these texes on every wall, gate, and stile the length and breadth of this district.
It sounds like a tex. But what's th' matter wi' th' lad?
An' when the Bible's such a big book, an' thee canst read all thro't, an' ha' the pick o' the texes, I canna think why thee dostna pick better words as donna mean so much more nor they say.
The acquired businesses will be renamed Tex Tech Coatings, LLC and will operate as a division of Tex Tech.
Nick Tex, his wife Ann of Scottsdale, Arizona and Mike Tex, his wife Lisa of Decatur.
Earliest possible date of adoption for proposed amendments to 22 Tex. Admin.
New season lambs (122) - Easter Cash (Tex) 319p; Smailholm Mains (Suff ) 313p;Westerton (Char) 294p.
Sharon Jones, chief executive of Crest Co-operative, who run Draig Tex on behalf of a consortium of three social enterprises, said: "This week the consortium of three social enterprises, have made a difficult decision and have announced that Draig Tex will be closing.