Lana

(redirected from wool)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to wool: cotton

Lana

In Mexico, a slang term for money. Equivalent terms are baro and feria.
References in classic literature ?
She caught up her basket of wools, inspired by a new idea.
The two main exports are wool and whale-oil, and to both of these productions there is a limit.
No more Maria washa da wools," her story always ended.
For more information go to Facebook @aboutwool d m Wild about Wool celebrates and profiles wool crafts through regular sharing sessions, skills workshops and pop-up yarn events.
Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 30 ( ANI ): A recent research, funded by The Woolmark Company, has demonstrated that wearing superfine Merino wool next to the skin is therapeutic for those suffering from eczema.
It was innovation in the form of collaboration which had driven a resurgence in one of the most iconic wool products, Harris Tweed, said creative director Mark Hogarth including with Topman.
A round table was organized here the other day to seek suggestions and recommendations for the best way forward in developing the wool sector in Balochistan, a statement issued here said.
The YFC members were given an introduction to the wool industry and the Board's work, from shearing training to grading and the auction system.
The organisation says the increases in wool prices seen in the last few years have continued to make it a valuable commodity.
Key words: Buchi sheep environmental factors interaction wool.
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.
Sindh and Balochistan have rich potential in wool sector as majority of the people in rural areas of the provinces are dependent on sheep keeping for getting wool and meat.