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Fabrication ware spun silk products

The Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of Manufactures and Useful Arts, founded in , sought to implement large-scale textile manufacturing among other strategies. Coxe promoted the use of Arkwright machines in the United States; these devices made spinning cotton faster and less costly. Coxe lived at Locust Street, in the house shown in this photograph, from — Library Company of Philadelphia.

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Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing alkalies and chlorine. Establishments primarily engaged in mining natural alkalies are classified in Mining, Industry Alkalies, not produced at mines Caustic potash Caustic soda Chlorine compressed or liquefied Potassium carbonate Potassium hydroxide Sal soda washing soda Soda ash not produced at mines Sodium bicarbonate not produced at mines Sodium carbonate soda ash not produced at mines Sodium hydroxide caustic soda Washing soda sal soda.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial gases including organic for sale in compressed, liquid, and solid forms.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluorine and sulfur dioxide are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing household ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing other ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing chlorine are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing fluorocarbon gases are classified in Industry Distributors of industrial gases and establishments primarily engaged in shipping liquid oxygen are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry Acetylene Argon Carbon dioxide Dry ice solid carbon dioxide Gases, industrial: compressed, liquefied, or solid Helium Hydrogen Neon Nitrogen Nitrous oxide Oxygen, compressed and liquefied.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing inorganic pigments. Important products of this industry include black pigments, except carbon black, white pigments, and color pigments.

Organic color pigments, except animal black and bone black, are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry Animal black Barium sulfate, precipitated blanc fixe Barytes pigments Black pigments, except carbon black Blanc fixe barium sulfate, precipitated Bone black Chrome pigments: chrome green, chrome yellow, chrome orange, and Color pigments, inorganic Ferric oxide pigments Iron blue pigments Iron colors Iron oxide, black Iron oxide, magnetic Iron oxide, yellow Lamp black Lead oxide pigments Lead pigments Litharge Lithopone Metallic pigments, inorganic Mineral colors and pigments Minium pigments Ochers Paint pigments, inorganic Pearl essence Pigments, inorganic Prussian blue pigments Red lead pigments Satin white pigments Siennas Titanium pigments Ultramarine pigments Umbers Vermilion pigments White lead pigments Whiting Zinc oxide pigments Zinc pigments: zinc yellow and zinc sulfide.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial inorganic chemicals, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in mining, milling, or otherwise preparing natural potassium, sodium, or boron compounds other than common salt are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household bleaches are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing phosphoric acid are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing nitric acid, anhydrous ammonia, and other nitrogenous fertilizer materials are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic resins, plastics materials, and nonvulcanizable elastomers.

Important products of this industry include: cellulose plastics materials; phenolic and other tar acid resins; urea and melamine resins; vinyl resins; styrene resins; alkyd resins; acrylic resins; polyethylene resins; polypropylene resins; rosin modified resins; coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins; miscellaneous resins, including polyamide resins, silicones, polyisobutylenes, polyesters, polycarbonate resins, acetal resins, and fluorohydrocarbon resins; and casein plastics.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated plastics products or plastics film, sheet, rod, non-textile monofilaments and regenerated cellulose products, and vulcanized fiber are classified in Industry Group , whether from purchased resins or from resins produced in the same plant.

Establishments primarily engaged in compounding purchased resins are classified in Industry Establishments primarily manufacturing adhesives are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic rubber by polymerization or copolymerization.

An elastomer for the purpose of this classification is a rubber-like material capable of vulcanization, such as copolymers of butadiene and styrene, or butadiene and acrylonitrile, polybutadienes, chloroprene rubbers, and isobutylene-isoprene copolymers.

Butadiene copolymers containing less than 50 percent butadiene are classified in Industry Natural chlorinated rubbers and cyclized rubbers are considered as semifinished products and are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cellulosic fibers including cellulose acetate and regenerated cellulose such as rayon by the viscose or cuprammonium process in the form of monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow suitable for further manufacturing on spindles, looms, knitting machines, or other textile processing equipment.

Acetate fibers Cellulose acetate monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow Cellulose fibers, manmade Cigarette tow cellulosic fiber Cuprammonium fibers Fibers, rayon Horsehair artificial rayon Nitrocellulose fibers Rayon primary products: fibers, straw strips, and yarn Rayon yarn, made in chemical plants Regenerated cellulose fibers Textured yarns and fibers, cellulosic made in chemical plants Triacetate fibers Viscose fibers, bands, strips and yarn Yarn cellulosic: made in chemical plants.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing manmade organic fibers, except cellulosic including those of regenerated proteins, and of polymers or copolymers of such components as vinyl chloride, vinylidene chloride, linear esters, vinyl alcohols, acrylonitrile, ethylenes, amides, and related polymeric materials , in the form of monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow suitable for further manufacturing on spindles, looms, knitting machines, or other textile processing equipment.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile glass fibers are classified in Industry Acrylic fibers Acrylonitrile fibers Anidex fibers Casein fibers Elastomeric fibers Fibers, manmade except cellulosic Fluorocarbon fibers Horsehair, artificial nylon Linear esters fibers Modacrylic fibers Nylon fibers and bristles Olefin fibers Organic fibers, synthetic except cellulosic Polyester fibers Polyvinyl ester fibers Polyvinylidene chloride fibers Protein fibers Saran fibers Soybean fibers manmade textile materials Textured fibers and yarns noncellulosic: made in chemical plants Vinyl fibers Vinylidene chloride fibers Zein fibers.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soap, synthetic organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, or any combination thereof, and establishments producing crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats and oils.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shampoos or shaving products, whether from soap or synthetic detergents, are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing synthetic glycerin are classified in Industry Detergents, synthetic organic and inorganic alkaline Dishwashing compounds Dye removing cream, soap base Glycerin, crude and refined: from fats except synthetic Mechanics' paste Presoaks Scouring compounds Soap: granulated, liquid, cake, flaked, and chip Textile soap Washing compounds.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing furniture, metal, and other polishes; waxes and dressings for fabricated leather and other materials; household, institutional, and industrial plant disinfectants; nonpersonal deodorants; drycleaning preparations; household bleaches; and other sanitation preparations.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial bleaches are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing household pesticidal preparations are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in producing surface active preparations for use as wetting agents, emulsifiers, and penetrants.

Establishments engaged in producing sulfonated oils and fats and related products are also included. Assistants, textile and leather processing Calcium salts of sulfonated oils, fats, or greases Cod oil, sulfonated Emulsifiers, except food and pharmaceutical Finishing agents, textile and leather Mordants Oil, turkey red Oils, soluble textile assistants Penetrants Sodium salts of sulfonated oils, fats, or greases Softeners textile assistants Soluble oils and greases Sulfonated oils, fats, and greases Surface active agents Textile processing assistants Textile scouring compounds and wetting agents Thin water admixture.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing perfumes natural and synthetic , cosmetics, and other toilet preparations. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in blending and compounding perfume bases; and those manufacturing shampoos and shaving products, whether from soap or synthetic detergents. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic perfume and flavoring materials are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing essential oils are classified in Industry Bath salts Bay rum Body powder Colognes Concentrates, perfume Cosmetic creams Cosmetic lotions and oils Cosmetics Dentifrices Denture cleaners Deodorants, personal Depilatories, cosmetic Dressings, cosmetic Face creams and lotions Face powders Hair coloring preparations Hair preparations: dressings, rinses, tonics, and scalp conditioners Home permanent kits Lipsticks Manicure preparations Mouthwashes Perfume bases, blending and compounding Perfumes, natural and synthetic Sachet Shampoos, hair Shaving preparations: e.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paints in paste and ready-mixed form ; varnishes; lacquers; enamels and shellac; putties, wood fillers, and sealers; paint and varnish removers; paint brush cleaners; and allied paint products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing bone black, lamp black, and inorganic color pigments are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing organic color pigments are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing plastics materials are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing caulking compounds and sealants are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing artists' paints are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing turpentine are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hardwood and softwood distillation products, wood and gum naval stores, charcoal, natural dyestuffs, and natural tanning materials.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic organic tanning materials are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing synthetic organic dyes are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cyclic organic crudes and intermediates, and organic dyes and pigments.

Important products of this industry include: 1 aromatic chemicals, such as benzene, toluene, mixed xylenes naphthalene; 2 synthetic organic dyes; and 3 synthetic organic pigments. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing coal tar crudes in chemical recovery ovens are classified in Industry , and petroleum refineries which produce such products as by-products of petroleum refining are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial organic chemicals, not elsewhere classified.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics materials and nonvulcanizable elastomers are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing synthetic rubber are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing essential oils are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing wood distillation products, naval stores and natural dyeing and tanning materials are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing manmade textile fibers are classified in Industries and ; those manufacturing specialty cleaning, polishing, and sanitation preparations are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing paints are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing area are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing organic pigments are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing inorganic pigments are classified in Industry and those manufacturing aliphatics and aromatics as by-products of petroleum refining are classified in Industry Distilleries engaged in the manufacture of grain alcohol for beverage purposes are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nitrogenous fertilizer materials or mixed fertilizers from nitrogenous materials produced in the same establishment.

Included are ammonia fertilizer compounds and anhydrous ammonia, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, ammonium sulfate and nitrogen solutions, urea, and natural organic fertilizers except compost and mixtures. Ammonia liquor Ammonium nitrate and sulfate Anhydrous ammonia Aqua ammonia, made in ammonia plants Fertilizers, mixed: made in plants producing nitrogenous fertilizer Fertilizers: natural organic , except compost Nitric acid Nitrogen solutions fertilizer Plant foods, mixed: made in plants producing nitrogenous fertilizer Urea.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing phosphatic fertilizer materials, or mixed fertilizers from phosphatic materials produced in the same establishment. Included are phosphoric acid; normal, enriched, and concentrated super-phosphates; ammonium phosphates; nitro-phosphates; and calcium meta-phosphates. Ammonium phosphates Calcium meta-phosphates Defluorinated phosphates Diammonium phosphates Fertilizers, mixed: made in plants producing phosphatic fertilizer Phosphoric acid Plant foods, mixed: made in plants producing phosphatic fertilizer Super-phosphates, ammoniated and not ammoniated.

Establishments primarily engaged in the formulation and preparation of ready-to-use agricultural and household pest control chemicals, including insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides, from technical chemicals or concentrates; and the production of concentrates which require further processing before use as agricultural pesticides.

This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or formulating agricultural chemicals, not elsewhere classified, such as minor or trace elements and soil conditioners. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic or technical agricultural pest control chemicals are classified in Industry Group if the chemicals are inorganic and in Industry Group if they are organic. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing agricultural lime products are classified in Major Group Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial and household adhesives, glues, caulking compounds, sealants, and linoleum, tile, and rubber cements from vegetable, animal, or synthetic plastics materials, purchased or produced in the same establishment.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gelatin and sizes are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing vegetable gelatin or agar-agar are classified in Industry Adhesives Adhesives, plastics Caulking compounds Cement cellulose nitrate base Cement, linoleum Cement, mending Epoxy adhesives Glue, except dental: animal, vegetable, fish, casein, and syntheticresin Iron cement, household Joint compounds Laminating compounds Mucilage Paste, adhesive Porcelain cement, household Rubber cement Sealing compounds for pipe threads and joints Sealing compounds, synthetic rubber and plastics Wax, sealing.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing explosives. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition for small arms are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing fireworks are classified in Industry Amatol explosives Azides explosives Blasting powder and blasting caps Carbohydrates, nitrated explosives Cordeau detonant explosives Cordite explosives Detonating caps for safety fuses Detonators explosive compounds Dynamite Explosive cartridges for concussion forming of metal Explosive compounds Explosives Fulminate of mercury explosive compounds Fuse powder Fuses, safety Gunpowder High explosives Lead azide explosives Mercury azide explosives Nitrocellulose powder explosives Nitroglycerin explosives Nitromannitol explosives Nitrostarch explosives Nitrosugars explosives Pentolite explosives Permissible explosives Picric acid explosives Powder, explosive: pellet, smokeless, and sporting Squibbs, electric Styphnic acid Tetryl explosives.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing ink, including gravure ink, screen process ink, and lithographic ink. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing writing ink and fluids are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing drawing ink are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black channel and furnace black. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bone and lamp black are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous chemical preparations, not elsewhere classified, such as fatty acids, essential oils, gelatin except vegetable , sizes, bluing, laundry sours, writing and stamp pad ink, industrial compounds, such as boiler and heat insulating compounds, metal, oil, and water-treating compounds, waterproofing compounds, and chemical supplies for foundries.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vegetable gelatin agar-agar are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing dessert preparations based on gelatin are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing drawing ink are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pneumatic casings, inner tubes, and solid and cushion tires for all types of vehicles, airplanes, farm equipment, and children's vehicles; tiring; camelback; and tire repair and retreading materials.

Establishments primarily engaged in retreading tires are classified in services, Industry Camelback for tire retreading Inner tubes: airplane, automobile, bicycle, motorcycle, and tractor Pneumatic casings rubber tires Tire sundries and tire repair materials, rubber Tires, cushion or solid rubber Tiring, continuous lengths: rubber, with or without metal core. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabric upper footwear having rubber or plastics soles vulcanized, injection molded, or cemented to the uppers, and rubber and plastics protective footwear.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber, composition, and fiber heels, soles, soling strips, and related shoe making and repairing materials are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing plastics soles and soling strips are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing other footwear of rubber or plastics are classified in Industry Group Arctics, rubber or rubber soled fabric Boots, plastics Boots, rubber or rubber soled fabric Canvas shoes, rubber soled Footholds, rubber Footwear, rubber or rubber soled fabric Gaiters, rubber or rubber soled fabric Galoshes, plastics Galoshes, rubber or rubber soled fabric Overshoes, plastics Overshoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric Pacs, rubber or rubber soled fabric Sandals, rubber Shoes, plastics soles molded to fabric uppers Shoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric uppers Shower sandals or slippers, rubber.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber and plastics hose and belting, including garden hose. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber tubing are classified in Industry Group ; those manufacturing plastics tubing are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing flexible metallic hose are classified in Industry Air brake and air line hose, rubber or rubberized fabric Automobile hose, plastics or rubber Belting, rubber e.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gaskets, gasketing materials, compression packings, mold packings, oil seals, and mechanical seals.

Included are gaskets, packing, and sealing devices made of leather, rubber, metal, asbestos, and plastics. Gaskets, regardless of material Grease retainers, leather Grease seals, asbestos Oil seals, asbestos Oil seals, leather Oil seals, rubber Packing for steam engines, pipe joints, air compressors, etc.

Packing, metallic Packing, rubber Packing cup, U-valve, etc. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing molded, extruded, and lathe-cut mechanical rubber goods. The products are generally parts for machinery and equipment.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing other industrial rubber goods, rubberized fabric, and miscellaneous rubber specialties and sundries are classified in Industry Appliance mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Automotive mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Off-highway machinery and equipment mechanical rubber goods Oil and gas field machinery and equipment mechanical rubber goods: Rubber goods, mechanical molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Surgical and medical tubing extruded and lathe-cut.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial rubber goods, rubberized fabrics, and vulcanized rubber clothing, and miscellaneous rubber specialties and sundries, not elsewhere classified. Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in reclaiming rubber and rubber articles.

Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of scrap rubber are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry Establishments primarily engaged in rebuilding and retreading tires are classified in Services, Industry ; those manufacturing rubberized clothing from purchased materials are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing gaskets and packing are Classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unsupported plastics film and sheet, from purchased resins or from resins produced in the same plant.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics film and sheet for blister and bubble formed packaging are classified in Industry Cellulosic plastics film and sheet, unsupported Film, plastics: unsupported Photographic, micrographic, and X-ray plastics, sheet, and film: Polyester film and sheet, unsupported Polyethylene film and sheet, unsupported Polypropylene film and sheet, unsupported Polyvinyl film and sheet, unsupported Sheet, plastics: unsupported Vinyl and vinyl copolymer film and sheet, unsupported.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unsupported plastics profiles, rods, tubes, and other shapes. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics hose are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laminated plastics plate, sheet, profiles, rods, and tubes.

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Written in clear language and profusely illustrated, this volume will appeal to those with a piratical interest in traditional weaving. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of textiles and weaving. On account of their low cost compared to the other yarns, they form the bulk of the yarn used in the manufacture of narrow ware.

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Polyester fleece is a soft, fuzzy fabric used for sweaters, sweat shirts, jackets, mittens, hats, blankets, and in any other applications where a warm, wool-like material is needed. It is a two-sided pile material, meaning that both the front and back surface of the fabric sprouts a layer of cut fibers, similar to corduroy or velvet. Polyester fleece is an extremely durable fabric that not only holds in warmth but resists moisture and dries quickly. Unlike many other synthetic woolly textiles, polyester fleece does not pill-bunch up into little balls-after extended use. It became popular for out-door gear in the early s, because back-packers and hikers found it lighter weight and warmer than wool. It is increasingly popular as a fashion fabric, and has found a host of more specialized uses. Polyester fleece has been used to make underwear for astronauts, in deep-sea diving suits, and as ear-warmers for winter-born calves.

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Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing alkalies and chlorine. Establishments primarily engaged in mining natural alkalies are classified in Mining, Industry Alkalies, not produced at mines Caustic potash Caustic soda Chlorine compressed or liquefied Potassium carbonate Potassium hydroxide Sal soda washing soda Soda ash not produced at mines Sodium bicarbonate not produced at mines Sodium carbonate soda ash not produced at mines Sodium hydroxide caustic soda Washing soda sal soda. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial gases including organic for sale in compressed, liquid, and solid forms. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluorine and sulfur dioxide are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing household ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing other ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing chlorine are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing fluorocarbon gases are classified in Industry Distributors of industrial gases and establishments primarily engaged in shipping liquid oxygen are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry

Colorful decorative paper strings which have been produced since the Heian Period. Mizuhiki is produced mainly in Shikokuchuo City.

It takes around 3, silkworms consuming kilograms of mulberry leaves to produce two pounds one kilogram of silk; the process lasts over three days. The result is a material that is light weight, soft and very absorbent, making it an ideal fabric for warmer countries. Silk was once considered extremely luxurious and thus available only to noble families. Now the fabric is widely used, and beautiful silk products are affordably to anyone. They make great souvenirs. Be weary of buying silk for prices lower than that since they can be of questionable quality. The three main cities to buy silk in Vietnam are:.

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Kareems Spun Silk is not traded in the last 30 days. Track Kareems Spun on the go with the money control app. When the collaboration ended in , the name was changed to Kareems Silk International Limited. KSIL has a good track record of performance, profitability and dividend.

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Silk, one of the oldest fibers known to man, originated in China. The history of silk is both enchanting and illustrious. The following sections cover the various facets of silk history. According to well-established Chinese legend, Empress Hsi Ling Shi, wife of Emperor Huang Ti also called the Yellow Emperor , was the first person to accidentally discover silk as weavable fiber. One day, when the empress was sipping tea under a mulberry tree, a cocoon fell into her cup and began to unravel. The empress soon developed sericulture, the cultivation of silkworms, and invented the reel and loom. Thus began the history of silk. Whether or not the legend is accurate, it is certain that the earliest surviving references to silk history and production place it in China; and that for nearly 3 millennia, the Chinese had a global monopoly on silk production. Though first reserved for Chinese royalty, silk spread gradually through the Chinese culture both geographically and socially. From there, silken garments began to reach regions throughout Asia.

THE MANUFACTURE OF NARROW WARES. DOPPIONE SILK is coarse and uneven, and as a rule, . (sturba) of spun silk and the product naturally occu-.

The Story of Silk

In cases where these groupings correspond with major groups, the major group heading is also in italics. The assembly of products from component parts is considered to be Manufacturing, except in cases where the activity is appropriately classified under Construction. The assembly and installation of machinery and equipment in mining, manufacturing, commercial and other business establishments is classified under the same group of Manufacturing as the manufacture of the item installed. Excluded is the assembly on site of prefabricated, integral parts of bridges, water tanks, storage and warehouse facilities, railway and elevated pedestrian bridges, and lift, escalator, plumbing, sprinkler, central heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, lighting and electrical wiring systems for buildings and mines and all kinds of structures which are construction activities if undertaken as a specialised activity. Establishments specialising in the installation of household appliances, such as stoves and ranges, refrigerators, washing machines and driers, are classified under the appropriate retail trade group. The manufacture of specialised components and parts of and accessories and attachments to machinery and equipment is, as a general rule, classified under the same group as the manufacture of the machinery and equipment for which the parts and accessories are intended. However, the making of specialised components and accessories by moulding or extruding plastic materials is included in subgroup Manufacture of plastic products.

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History of clothing and textiles

The Tabitha Cottage Industry programme is another arm of the Tabitha Cambodia integrated community development programmes. The handicrafts include traditionally hand dyed and woven silk and its manufacture into saleable items in a cottage industry environment.

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To the Boys and Girls of Auburndale, Massachusetts, this book is affectionately inscribed. Madame Antoinette Bretton went for the third time to the door of her tiny cottage and, shading her eyes, looked anxiously up the side of the ice-capped mountain that flanked the garden. There was still no one in sight, and with a shake of her head she returned to the coarse grey socks she was knitting. It was late afternoon, and through the stillness she could hear the roar of the river, the tinkle of herd-bells, and the faint sound of chimes from the [10] far-away village chapel.

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The Silk Road — the phrase conjures up a hazy image of a caravan of camels on a dusty desert track, carrying their wares along a chain of markets from the Far East to the Western world. However, after a recent trip to Uzbekistan, I was convinced that a new Silk Road has emerged; one that is carving its own pathway into the fashion houses of the world, including Balenciaga, Etro and Oscar De la Renta.

The study of the history of clothing and textiles traces the development, use, and availability of clothing and textiles over human history. Clothing and textiles reflect the materials and technologies available in different civilizations at different times. The variety and distribution of clothing and textiles within a society reveal social customs and culture. The wearing of clothing is exclusively a human characteristic and is a feature of most human societies, though it is not known exactly when various peoples began wearing clothes.

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