Orlon


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an acrylic fiber or the lightweight crease-resistant fabric made with Orlon yarns

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The Reader by Bernhard Schlink (Orlon, 6.99 [pounds sterling])
Orlon is an example of a polyacrylonitrile fibre, made by polymerising acrylonitrile (C[H.sub.2]=CH CN) and consists mostly of repeating units of (Fig 10):
But there are satisfying and intriguing parallels to other writers noted throughout the book: Mamet, Pinter, Orlon, Kane, Behan, McPherson, O'Casey, Gregory, and Stephen King.
As new fibers such as Orlon and Dacron emerged in the 1950s, sportswear served as a vehicle to accelerate their acceptance into the garment industry.
Tritin Ltd, 23 Stapledon Road, Orlon Southgate, Peterborough PE2 6TD.
(the Orlon cardigan I swiped from her closet decades ago),
Collins Orlon, TT Technology Pipe ramming continues to be one of the most versatile and capable trenchless pipe installation methods.
Hot syrup should be filtered through a suitable filter of wool or orlon to remove suspended particles, such as sugar sand, and improve the appearance of the syrup.
these shops orlon put the software to work immediately, feeling that there is little time to "explore" further in the software once it is cutting the job.
Attempts to sell vessel at auction have thus far been unsuccessful.) REGINA MARIS a) ORION b) USN VIXEN c) ORLON d) ARGONAUT (1929), Regina Maris Cruises, Panama, 4,007 grt, 306' x 46', 230 pass.
The introduction of man-made fabrics such as Banlon, Orlon and Terylene revolutionised fashion because they didn't need ironing!