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Lana

In Mexico, a slang term for money. Equivalent terms are baro and feria.
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She took it, and gained time for composing herself by pretending to arrange the colored wools.
she said, softly, still not looking round at him, still busy with her basket of wools.
The two main exports are wool and whale-oil, and to both of these productions there is a limit.
The organisation says the increases in wool prices seen in the last few years have continued to make it a valuable commodity.
In an attempt to understand the UK wool supply chain, the Chinese group visited a North Wales hill farm and called at the Wool Testing Authority Europe (WTAE) laboratory, Caernarfon.
Peter Ackroyd, president of the International Wool Textile Organisation and chief operating officer for the Campaign for Wool, said coordinated work across the supply chain was central to ensuring consumers understood the value of wool and the role it can play in the textile industry in future.
Old Sturbridge Village historians will dye wool as it was done in the early 19th century -- in kettles over an open fire using natural dyes that produce a variety of colors.
Peter Ackroyd, Global Strategic Advisor for The Woolmark Company said, "Raymond's Cool Wool menswear collection exemplifies the infinite possibilities of using wool.
You will need: Cardboard for pom pom discs Pencil Scissors Assorted balls of wool Step one: Wind the wool Trace a pom pom disc template on to a piece of paper (this is a circle with a circular hole in the middle large enough for the wool to thread through.
Seventy per cent of all wool grown in the UK goes into carpet-making - and Kidderminster carpet manufacturer Brintons uses the wool from one in every seven British sheep.
The Love Wool class will run in the haberdashery department on the first floor from 5-7pm on Thursday September 8 for novice and experienced knitters alike.