genappe


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genappe

(dʒəˈnæp)
n
(Textiles) a smooth worsted yarn used for braid, etc
[C19: from Genappe, Belgium, where originally manufactured]
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The Renaissance Schaerbeek teams led by Captain Channouf Safouane with Sajjad Memon as coach played as Pakistan Whites whereas Genappe team captained by Antony Guiot and Frederic Vanderkerken as its coach played as Pakistan Greens.
In which country was the yarn known as genappe first made?
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Born at Castle Tilly near Genappe (near Nivelle) (February 1559); received a strict Jesuit education; joined the Duke of Parma's service as a cadet (c.