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Synonyms for textile

artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers

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But textile protectionism is a more modern beast, a convergence of lawyers, lobbyists, and bureaucrats that began holding back waves of foreign competition after World War II.
After examining early representations of human clothing, Elizabeth Barber of Occidental College in Los Angeles concluded that textile weaving is at least 20,000 years ago.
Hill-Campbell cites the desire for a clear understanding of the ever-changing trends as a key prerequisite for success in the field of textile design.
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Textiles have a number of advantages over conventional roofing materials--such as prefabricated hard panels of metal or plastic.
The market for home textiles has weathered competition from lower cost countries.
The fourth chapter contains research and predictions for the cotton textile market in 2005-2006.
He has published widely in the areas of mechanics and physics of fibrous materials, and is a Fellow of both ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) and the Textile Institute.
The survey, which queried consumers on textile enhancements for bedding, bath, tabletop and other home furnishings, reports consumers are very interested in having enhancements built in to their favorite household textiles provided the enhancements would increase their function, comfort and/or durability.
com/reports/c39573) has announced the addition of Nanotechnologies for Wearable and Non-Wearable Textiles to their offering.
This is an essential guide for all electrical, textile and biomedical engineers as well as academics and fashion designers.