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the use of dye to change the color of something permanently

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Dyeing pale-colored plantation-grown hardwood is an effective way to meet the demand for richly colored tropical hardwoods used in decorative applications.
Post-dyeing refers to the dyeing of yarn or fabric after it is extruded.
He added he has already perfected the technique of dyeing the chows to look like pandas.
According to the World Bank, dyeing industries produce 20% of the industrial polluted water.
So in a similar way we went and worked throughout the country, discovering old dyeing centres and setting about reviving and promoting them.
Dyestuffs extracted from various dye plants are used in dyeing the natural fibres such as wool, silk and cotton [5].
In addition to exceptional proficiency in weaving, the finest skill of the Indian craftsman was dyeing and patterning fabric in brilliant fast colours.
The textile dyeing units release large quantities of dyes in their effluents [2].
Hatchery owners prefer dyeing them because the practice makes it much easier to sell chicks.
She finished dyeing her hair and told her husband, 'I don't feel well, I can't breathe'.
Nothing is without risk -- so do you really need to stop dyeing your hair?
Among their topics are the structure and properties of textile materials, pre-treating and preparing textile materials prior to dyeing, the thermodynamics and kinetics of dyeing and dyebath monitoring systems, molecular modeling and predicting dye properties, the chemistry of reactive dyes and their application processes, disperse dyes, metal-complex dyes, sulphur dyes, environmentally friendly dyes, fluorescent dyes, and near-infrared dyes.
Discharge of untreated wastewaters from the textile dyeing industries into an aquatic body results in enhanced BOD and COD of water.
Women have been dyeing their hair for centuries - even Cleopatra reportedly used indigo, turmeric and black walnut hulls to achieve that desired colouring - but when chemicals were introduced into hair dyes last century to keep the colours 'permanent', things started to go a bit awry.