dyeworks

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dyeworks

(ˈdaɪwɜːks)
n
(Dyeing) a factory producing dyes
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dyeworks

[ˈdaɪwɜːks] NPLtintorería fsing
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dyeworks

[ˈdaɪˌwɜːks] nsgtintoria
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MACCLESFIELD : A further application in connection with an approved application for the erection of eight terraced houses at the former Massie Dyeworks, Loney Street has been made by Matthew Gibbons, Silkdale Living.
Jean took a job at the famous J and J McCallum dyeworks and worked there until the plant closed 43 years ago.
It seems women who brought up families while the men went out to work in the steelworks, dyeworks and mills, were more likely to doing the house chores.
Coal yards, timber yards, wharfs and dyeworks are all captured.
Dragynknyts Fiber And Dyeworks, Keith Connors, 655 Goodpasture Island Rd Apt 235.
Mr Bloom's eye followed its line and saw again the dyeworks' van drawn up beforeDrago's.
Oatmeal & Fox Dyeworks, Oatmeal & Fox Dyeworks, 3105 Alderwood Ave., Bellingham, WA.
The effort appears to be paying offwith Premier Inn investing PS4.5m in a new 83-bedroom hotel in a former dyeworks factory in the city last year and creating 35 new jobs.
Top: Peter Behrens Hoechst Dyeworks in Frankfurt-Hoechst, main hall, interior, 1920-25 (c) akg-images/Peter Seidel and, detail of Georges Barbier Fans, 1924, lithograph, Collection Kharbine-Tapabor, Paris (c) Bridgeman Art Library.
Wada, author of ''Shibori'' and ''Memory on Cloth'' (both published by Kodansha), has taught and written about shibori for over 30 years, co-founded Berkeley's Kasuri Dyeworks in 1975, and helped introduce shibori to the United States.
It said: "Jean Gobelin, a native of Reims founded in 1450 a dyeworks and cloth factory.