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Synonyms for fibre

Synonyms for fibre

any of several elongated, threadlike cells (especially a muscle fiber or a nerve fiber)

the inherent complex of attributes that determines a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions

a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth

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We plan to continue to support the growth of Niagara through acquisitions as well as the development of new product offerings to make Allied, IFC and Fibred together more valuable partners and suppliers to the industries that they serve," added Sal Gagliardo, an Operating Partner at Arsenal.
I] [right arrow] R, the solutions of its Hamilton equation comes from the sections of the fibred manifold [T.
These flowers go on to produce seeds from which we extract linseed oil while the very long fibred stems can be harvested, treated and turned into tea towels and clothing.
All future residential and business occupants of Titanic Quarter will have access to fully fibred high-speed and high quality Telecoms, Internet, IP Television and a range of innovative services.
Arboreum cottons are usually coarse and short fibred and low yielder but have high degree of resistance to disease and insect pests and are very valuable Germplasm resources.
STEP 3: Just one coat of lash-lengthening, fibred mascara was applied to both upper and lower lashes.
The number of fibred premises more than doubled in 2012, marking operators' willingness in investing in next-generation services and infrastructure.
The acquisition of Flowchem is the eleventh acquisition by Arsenal and its portfolio companies in 2013, and the ninth by its Specialty Industrials Team, and follows the acquisitions of TP Electrical, Fournier Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Arnco, Pathway Polymers, ADCO Global, International Fiber Corporation, Fibred Corporation and CPS Color's Colorants Business.
m,n] be the category of fibred manifolds with m-dimensional bases, n-dimensional fibres, and locally invertible fibre-preserving mappings.