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textile in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtextiletex‧tile /ˈtekstaɪl/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 TIany type of woven cloth that is made in large quantities – used especially by people in the business of making clothes etc Their main exports are textiles, especially silk and cotton.textile industry/design/manufacture etc textile design and technology a textile mill2 textiles
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textileHad Guy Sterne chosen furnishings and textiles for this villa himself?Expansion plans and improved profits at textile group Albion helped it to a 24p rise to 75p.Furniture, textiles and floor coverings date from the late 1960s or earlier.But tutors were so impressed with the two girls' work in textiles that they made them unconditional offers.She was naked, and inanimate textiles lapped her skin.The move to the country outside had begun, and so had Aarau's export trade, at that time mostly textiles.textile industry/design/manufacture etcIn both metallurgical and textile industries almost half the factory workers were employed in plants of over 1,000 workers.The oil and gas industry has lost more jobs since 1982 than the country's car, steel and textile industries combined.In 1896 and again in 1897 almost the entire textile industry of St Petersburg was briefly paralysed.The Slaters were one of the most influential families in Norwich history and the history of textile manufacturing in this country.It is most important to our textile industry that we reach a satisfactory conclusion.Gordon has extensive experience of the textile industry, specialising in production and planning control.This could help solve one of the textile industry's biggest problems, removing colouring and chemicals from waste water.