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Adj.1.unwoven - not woven; "tapa cloth is an unwoven fabric made by pounding bark into a thin sheet"
woven - made or constructed by interlacing threads or strips of material or other elements into a whole; "woven fabrics"; "woven baskets"; "the incidents woven into the story"; "folk songs woven into a symphony"
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TEXPO is the largest sourcing event for Pakistani textile and fabrics in which over 231 exhibitors from all the major cities of Pakistan are taking part, especially representing value-added sectors like Art Silk & Synthetic Textile, Garments (Fashion / Traditional / Foundation / Leather / Ready-made / Accessories), Knitwear & Hosiery, Terry Towels, Home Textile / Bed Wear / Liners, Handicraft (Textile), Knitted or Crocheted Fabrics, Tulle Lace, Embroidery, Raw Cotton, Cloth / Yarn / Thread, Textile Fabrics Woven / Unwoven, Carpets, Sportswear, and much more.
That's when the National Environment Management Authority begins its crackdown on unwoven unauthorised plastic carriers.
The bag material was unwoven polypropylene, a common cloth-like synthetic typically used for inexpensive RGBs.
The overland routes carried spices and gems and other non-bulky items as well as bolts of silk and packages of unwoven silk thread.
Ten mg of unwoven PGA fibers were compressed into a 5-mm diameter and 2-mm thick cylinder.
"The use of cloth permeates the religious practice of all faiths in India, from its basic form as unwoven thread, through simple cloths and saris offered to local deities, to the most elaborate decorated hangings for display in major temples" (Crill in the exhibition catalogue, p.
The solidarity, pleasure and authorship considered so dear in the processes of our workshops of art languages, were also precious elements woven in this experience, daily unwoven and (re)woven.
Materials for maintaining ste- rility of instruments during transport and storage include wrapped perforated instrument cassettes, peel pouches of plastic or paper, and sterilization wraps (which can be either woven or unwoven).
Felted wool has been woven and then felted; wool felt is made of unwoven fibers.
The fabrics include woven and unwoven standard carbon fibre, glass-fibre, aramid and high-density polypropylene fibre rolls, as well as yarn and tow.
By the opening of the 20th Century the former entanglements between the arts and humanities and medicine were unwoven through thorough professionalization and increased specialization, and this alienation of natural allies in the struggle to ease suffering and promote wellness across the 19th Century was famously articulated in C.