permanent press

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a fabric that has been chemically processed to resist wrinkles and hold its shape

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Since the list has not been revealed publicly, the exact number of journalists who were denied a press card or a permanent press card is not known.
Some permanent press finishes that are used in patch testing for textile-related allergic contact dermatitis include dimethylol dihydroxyethylene urea 4.
Parmer highlighted the positive effect that permanent press will have on individual Marines.
Permanent Press, Hampshire, England, distributed in the USA by Chelsea Green Publishing Co.
A permanent press corps has been stationed there ever since.
JUDITH BETH COHEN'S novel Seasons (1984) is still available from The Permanent Press, Sag Harbor, New York.
coil was killed during drying on the permanent press cycle, salmonella, hepatitis A, Rotavirus, and some adenovirus survived, even on clothing that reached temperatures as high as 131 degrees Fahrenheit.
Rosemary had her own likes, and while she worked for the city water department she had her own wardrobe of permanent press scented with lavender and cedar.
Water temperatures are in the timer: hot, warm and cold for the regular cycle; warm for permanent press.
Bosco is one of four book writers assigned to the highly coveted permanent press seats in the courtroom.
Pomades and permanent press and whatever that stuff is that Patti LaBelle uses to make hers stick up and out and over like the demonic diva that she is.
Margaret Masters believes it occurs during the second spin cycle on Permanent Press.
Lisa Markowitz at Permanent Press Media (646) 328-0688 / lisa@permanentpressmedia.
Appel; THE MASK OF SANITY; Permanent Press (Fiction: Thriller) 28.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Prime Ministry's Directorate General of Press and Information (BYEGM) denied Ekrem Dumanly, the former editor-in-chief of the Zaman daily, a permanent press pass, according to a recent statement by Turkish Journalists' Association (TGC) President Turgay Olcayto.
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