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a person who separates and straightens the fibers of cotton or wool

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a long curling sea wave

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a machine that separates and straightens the fibers of cotton or wool

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This is realised by the efficient combing preparation, the SERVOlap fully automated lap transport system and the comber including the ROBOlap automated lap changing and piecing system (Figs.
The new E 86 comber features a speed increase of 10% compared to the previous model.
Leisure though will be disappointed with Combers equaliser.
Like all good thrillers the winner was more than a little controversial, after some good play down the left from Comber the ball was crossed to Robinson and his low shot was saved one handed by Tierney.
Early combers and thrashers had bevel gears, which had often proved troublesome.
A farmer all his life, he is now the only traveling reed comber in East Devon, England.
IF all the combers caught by anglers in UK coastal waters in the last 22 years were laid end-to-end on your kitchen table there'd still be room for a pot of tea and your supper of cod and chips.
Britain's 1lb 13oz record boat-caught comber was captured by a small boy in Mounts Bay, Cornwall, in 1977.
Production balance of a typical combing set comprising of one pre-comber Draw Frame, one Lap Former and four combers is reported as follows:
The new comber is a predecessor JSFA286, and JSFA288 cotton combers, which are already sold to many customers in China and other Asian countries.