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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Tufted carpets are competing with nonwoven carpets but demand for nonwoven carpets is more than 50 million square meters, which is much greater than demand for tufted carpets.
Here we present two cases of tufted folliculitis that were effectively treated with antibacterial treatment after verifying the infectious nature of the disease.
Caption: Left: The reversible Flipperz line--the front and back of one design shown here--is tufted on one side and flatwoven on the other.
Keywords: Tufted hair folliculitis, isotretinoin, rifampin, therapy
Tufted angioblastoma is rare vascular neoplasm localized in skin and vascular tissue occurring primarily on trunk and extremity of the children.1 This angioma is ill-defined dull red macule or plaque with a mottled appearance.
1 The Circles design in Trans-Ocean's Tropez line is suitable for indoor and outdoor use and is offered in black, oatmeal, green, and, here, terracotta, transocean.com 2 Central Oriental's transitional Sakura design is from its value collection, Interlude, which has been reintroduced with a fresh new color palette, centraloriental.com 3 Harounian's private labeling program, including this striped design, is available on a direct import basis and is hand tufted of wool in India.
Western tufted deer are coloured like their parents but have a row of spots on each side of their back.
The polyethylene is cut into ribbons that look like grass, then tufted into the fabric, Below that grass zone you have a little area about 3/8 of an inch tall which has nylon, that has also been tufted.
Victoria makes two types of carpet which can be seen on the market today - woven and tufted styles.
HUGE flocks of Tufted Ducks and Pochards are a common sight on open water at this time of the year.
At the end of the growing season, the entomologists from the University of California, Davis reaped their reward: The artificially tufted plants produced 30 percent more cotton.
The materials used in automotive interior carpets include from tufted and needlepunched nonwovens.