camel hair


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camel hair

or camel's hair
n
1. (Textiles) the hair of the camel or dromedary, used in clothing, rugs, etc
2. (Textiles)
a. soft cloth made of or containing this hair or a substitute, usually tan in colour
b. (as modifier): a camelhair coat.
3. (Art Terms)
a. the hair of the squirrel's tail, used for paintbrushes
b. (as modifier): a camelhair brush.
Translations

camel hair

, (US) camel’s hair
nKamelhaar nt
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The corpse was made from foam, latex and camel hair.
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The festival also offers a series of Camel Hair Art and Sand Art Workshops aim to build the connection between heritage and culture of the desert.
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1) Compound Microscope (Horse shoe base with fixed square stage 110X110 mm , superior quality , 2 eye pieces 10x and 5x and 2 objective 2) Dissecting Microscope 3) Dissection box 4) Scissors, 5) Scissors 6) Scalpel , good quality 7) Forceps, 8) Mounting needle with Plastic Handle 9) Brush Camel Hair etc.
It was tried to mechanically remove the worms from the eye of both goats with the help of small camel hair brush without instillation of local anesthesia in eye but could not got succeed due to blinking of eye ball.
Z Hinchliffe & Sons is a family-owned firm and supplies lambswool, cashmere, camel hair and angora products both to the UK and worldwide knitwear industries.
20,000 tons camel hair are produced in Pakistan annually and are used for manufacturing blankets, floor mats, carpets, tent cloth, bags and ropes.
If you're after a bed for lounging on in the day, while offering the perfect conditions for sleep at night, then opt for a mattress with naturally soft and breathable layers of organic wool and camel hair, which help to regulate body temperature and ensure a fresh and hygienic night's sleep.
Bedouin men would wear sheepskin or camel hide while city dwellers would dress in a thick Bisht - a dark cloak-like garment, worn over the traditional dishdasha, woven from wool or fine camel hair.
A couple of years ago my grandad gave me his old camel hair peacoat from the 70s, which was in absolutely perfect nick and it's been my staple outer wear item since.