In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The pattern in a piece of cloth made by machine is as much an object of design as the pattern from cloth produced by a hand loom.
- A special discount of 25 per cent is being offered on products made by handloom.
- On the other hand, handloom is a traditional industry now finding new markets.
- These mills had closed by the 1850's and the handloom had all but vanished.
- Sri Lanka has a vibrant textile industry, with a lot of textile production being done at home on hand looms by women.
- Sally, 59, now heads the Women Weave Charitable Trust with a mission to popularise Indian handloom.
- Similarly, we will take all effective measures possible for the rejuvenation of our traditional industries such as coir, cashew, handloom, fisheries, khadi and so on.
- Another district that is famed for products using the handloom is Kannur.
- This wonderful place located just off Hosur Road, with its exclusive, hand-woven soft furnishings in pure cotton will transform your attitude towards all things made by handloom.
- The other interested party in the fate of handloom is the banya, whose motives are commercially driven and exploitative.
- It is considered necessary for that number of people "and the artisan" working with their own tools or handloom."
- They have paid no dues, done no time, served no apprenticeship of lonely toil on pop's equivalent of the handloom.
- Meantime traditional businesses, handloom, fishing, small scale industries, are suffering being unable to cope with the highly competitive modern industry.
- Of course a hand loom is a machine, it's just more low-tech.
- In the case at hand, a handloom owned by one Rinku Sharma was destroyed in a fire in 2003.
- The way of life changed - as powered weaving was introduced, the putting-out system died and with it, the cottage handloom.
- The handloom was still being used, but under supervision of what was called the " Master Weaver ".
- The Livesey Collection includes a table constructed from his original handloom.
- The workers in the conventional small industries sector such as coir and handloom face an uncertain future thanks to the globalisation policies.
- The last place where a handloom was used was a certain old-fashioned roadside cottage in Ronnag, above the Curragh Vreeshey.
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