• The company currently employs 61 people at the dyeing and finishing plant in Kells.

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  • He also serves as a director of Fiat SpA, and Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Limited.

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  • Their family textile-dyeing-and-printing trade, handed down for generations, uses natural vegetable dyes and wooden hand blocks for printing.

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  • She ducks into a market stall, where local women are dyeing sarongs in a rainbow of tropical colours.

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  • Once bought, skins cross a second border to a dressing and dyeing company where they're washed and conditioned.

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  • It will see the creation of one of the world's largest and most advanced linen-based dyeing and finishing plants.

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  • Pigment has always been closely tied up with the business of dyeing and with practical uses for ordinary paint.

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  • Car-washers, launderers, restaurateurs—even 24-hour hairdressers perming and dyeing the hair of a newly adventurous youth—are now energetically at work.

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  • Best known in classic indigo-blue iterations, shibori patterns are created by twisting, folding, binding and stitching fabric before dyeing it.

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  • The school adopted an extremely informal style in which pupils could do what they liked: mathematics or football, English or tie-dyeing.

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  • By coming up with new approaches to the old problems of dyeing.

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  • This association is directly engaged in maintaining traditions of spinning, dyeing and weaving, passed down from generation to generation within the community.

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  • Ian MacDonald had indeed made but a poor hand of the dyeing.

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  • Next is a stopover at a dressing and dyeing company in the U.S., Canada, China, Russia, Europe or one of the Baltic states.

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  • The bosses of Bombay Dyeing and Ballarpur (which has restructured more than most family-owned firms) can both count on state-owned institutional shareholders for support.

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  • The Shahabuddins, the very last of Pipar's 100-odd families who used to be engaged in dyeing and printing, are working to keep it alive.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Bombay Dyeing has managed to get Mr Bajoria's voting rights suspended, pending an investigation of whether he failed to inform the company properly about his stake.

    ECONOMIST: Indian takeovers

  • In the Middle Ages it was discovered to be a rich source of aluminium sulphate - a crucial raw material used as a fixing agent in dyeing cloth.

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  • Even if, as seems likely, his raid ends in greenmail at a higher share price, shareholders in Bombay Dyeing and Ballarpur will have reason to be grateful to him.

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  • She organized their annual Easter egg-dyeing and gingerbread-decorating parties.

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  • Some schoolgirls also wear their skirts above the knee, and the more adventurous go one step further by dyeing their hair brownish-orange and flaunting such contraband as flashy jewelry or oversized V-neck sweaters.

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  • Two hundred years of spinning, dyeing, weaving, cutting and stitching have peppered Biella, Como, the Veneto and other pockets of the Italian landscape with mills and workshops operated by families and linked in tight networks.

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  • The traditional Li textile techniques of spinning, dyeing, weaving and embroidering are employed by women of the Li ethnic group of Hainan Province, China, to make cotton, hemp and other fibres into clothing and other daily necessities.

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  • "The greater capacity and complete control we now have in our dyeing and finishing operation will bring substantial benefits as we continue to seek to expand our fabric business in target markets such as North America, " he said.

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  • Production of the material includes several stages: silk floss is spun into yarn by hand, with patterns added by hand-tying bundles of yarn before dyeing the yarn with indigo, then the silk is woven using a back-tension loom.

    UNESCO: Culture

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