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a plant fiber used in making rope or sacks

a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Angles and Saxons to become Anglo-Saxons

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The coming-together of different stakeholders associated with natural fibres would help identify the scope and strategy for purposeful utilization of our natural fibre resources, including jute, he added.
Their spring collection of trendy jute bags are a part of a global initiative for greener living, helping everyone do their part by becoming environmentally conscious and globally aware.
Jute felts (20 cm X 20 cm in size) (60 wt%) were soaked in optimized soy resin (soaking time 10 min) and partially dried in an oven at 70[degrees]C for 2 h.
The jute bags were produced over a period of 60 days with 100 people involved in the manufacturing process.
The Jute sector was one of the important manufacturing sectors, mainly concentrated in the Eastern region of the country due to its favourable agro-climatic condition for raw Juteproduction.
Caird Hall is a magnificent building financed by Sir James Caird, who amassed a fortune through the jute industry in Dundee.
The substandard bags have already been distributed in 19 districts of KP, where respective district food controllers (DFCs) continue to approve the sub-standard jute bags against their standard bribe charge of Rs 5 per bag.
The school, which celebrates its golden anniversary this year, has provided the commemorative jute bags in recognition of the great green work done by staff and pupils at Westfield over the last 50 years.
This natural-fibers section had 14 area rug styles in sisal, jute, chenille, chenille/jute and wool/jute, and some had several colorways.
Due to the nature of jute bags being accepted very positively by the community, our existing clients will be placing repetitive orders and already other large companies are finalizing their orders," said Adel Maniar, Managing Director of Mak Creations, sole distributor of "Earthbags" in the Middle East and North Africa.
Earthbags' greatest advantage is its ethically manufactured high quality finish jute, canvas and cotton materials and the use of eco-friendly inks which are least harmful to the environment," Maniar further said.
Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads.
Jute Mill of Thal Limited commenced commercial production in July 1969.
First at Brian Cox's attempts to bond with natives of downtown Calcutta by comparing their offering of deep-fried jute to the deep-fried Mars bar.
It is available and government promotes revival of the dying jute industries.