tussah


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Synonyms for tussah

oriental moth that produces brownish silk

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Dotty Hines (wife of real estate magnate Gerald Hines), "a blue-green tussah dress to complement her tennis tan." (35) The Post did not indulge in quite the same level of detail in its related story, but it did note that "most of the women, however, were decked out in spring finery of vibrant colors.
[17] Tsukada, M., Freddi, G., Monti, P., Bertoluzza, A., Kasai, N., 1995, "Structure and molecular conformation of tussah silk fibroin films: Effect of methanol," J.
Watered Silk c Encosta De Lago - Tussah Mr and Mrs AE Pakenham Unraced I'm pleased with this colt.
She said high end fabric trends for men and women, are moving towards using the most expensive raw materials including staples such as cashmere, alpaca, finest silk, Giza 45 or Pima cotton; branded superfine wools such as Escorial, luxurious Cervelt, plus green fabrics such as organic linen and tussah silk.
Snuggle up with a soft tussah silk, cotton and bamboo throw and sip the magnificence of sustainability in your own family room.