In fact, superfine disks of over 15 in.
Thus, the finest fibres may be divided as follows: Superfine first marks.
By the mid 1950s, Kirsch was leading the way in the window treatment industry with innovative products such as the Superfine adjustable traverse rods, the vertical slat traverse rods and decorative café rods.
superfine white wool.
superfine cloth - they were the first factory in Leeds.
superfine sugar in the US.
Kirsch has two types of traverse rods, the Superfine Traverse Rods and the Empire Traverse Rods.
A variety of materials and styles for all tastes, from fashion gaberdines to superfine lightweight.
His dress uniform would be decorated with gold lace but here the detail is a piped edging made of superfine white wool.
As usually made, white salt from rock-salt may be classified into two groups: (I) boiled: known as fine, table, lump, stoved lump, superfine, basket, butter and cheese salt (Fr.
Between 1790 and 1800 Gott developed the Bean Ing mills for the production of superfine cloth - they were the first factory in Leeds.
It is also known as superfine sugar in the US.
By 1784 they produced 35 superfine tartans made of very fine wool, all of which can be found in his treasured sample book.
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