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Describing a coin that has not been officially appraised or put in some protective casing by an appraisal company.
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The volatility of the wild qiviut supply, in conjunction with the limited amount of farmed qiviut, has created an unpredictable availability of raw fiber. To ensure supply, many commercial enterprises stockpile fiber from multiple sources: farmed, collected, and plucked from hides.
The results show that the decomposition temperature ([T.sub.max]) of MMA grafted and delignified fiber was higher than those of raw fiber [48, 49].
The bast fiber was artificially separated from outer skin, dried and weighed as raw fiber yield.
"If you look at the ends of these long raw fibers the light is so bright that it almost hurts your eyes," Bahram said.
In order to ensure consistently high quality, OTE is a vertical operation, overseeing all aspects of production from raw fiber to finished goods.
It is an attempt to sensationalize farm programs that help cotton producers to be competitive in international markets despite raw fiber and textiles tariff inequities; weak or manipulated Asian currencies; and competitors' policies designed to favor their domestic cotton and textiles industries, he added.
Some methods of processing the raw fiber may break up its carbohydrate strands, weakening the gel.
Other bone tools found near Skeleton A consist of small combs, picks, spindle whorls (which act as flywheels on long wooden spindles during the spinning of raw fiber into twisted thread), spinning bowls (on which the spindle rests during spinning), and two rings -- one gold, one silver -- worn on the fingertips, which may have served as ritual thimbles.
Contempt, my old inquisitor, across the widening winter weeks our needs converge, conquistador of manifest extinctions and hemispheres, into a knot my fingers have been bloodied trying to untie, separating the raw fiber from the seeds.
Brazil is the leading exporter of raw fiber as well as manufactured goods, specifically rope, to the USA, followed by Kenya and Tanzania.
country's abaca output is shipped as pulp, cordage, fibercraft and raw fiber, according to Costales.
The content of the mass fraction of crude protein on absolutely dry matter is not less than 39%, the content of raw fiber in the fat-free product in terms of absolutely dry matter is not more than 23% 2 000 t