In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)hilandero masculinehilandera feminine
- People kept asking Qadir why he was not helping his country produce a spinner like him.
- In a cool back room, spinners and weavers worked on wool that brings farmers a few pence a kilo, and £200 sweaters that take a month to make.
- The spinner and weaver from Mayo, has the intense gaze of people marveling at the ease with which she spins her varied materials.
- The fortunes of the traditional coir yarn spinners, mat weavers and carpet-makers have been on the downtrend.
- He inspired Indians to burn imported British fabrics and return to the traditional textiles woven in villages, and he helped retrain local spinners, weavers, and carders.
- Set for a launch on Saturday, one of the Exhibition's objectives is to provide sustained employment to the weavers and spinners.
- He spun his stick around in his fingers like a spinner would with thread.
- Rural spinners could not compete with cheap, factory-spun thread, and country weavers could rarely survive far from eastern supplies of yarn and the industry's principal markets.
- Demonstrations taking place include basket makers, corn dollies, stick making, coracle maker, greenwood workers, blacksmith, spoon carver, spinners and weavers.
- Working with the talented hand spinners and weavers of Bangladesh was necessary to develop the collection.
- Millions of khadi spinners and weavers are under the vast network of institutions, which constitute the KVIC umbrella.
- When they talk about the spinner more than his product, it is plainly time for him to go.
- Mary Daly is a spinner and weaver, a performer, a wicked player throwing her life into the creation of new time.
- The difference in the weight of the whorl, the degree of teasing and the skill of the spinner dictated the quality of the thread.
- Now we have an alternate livelihood programme that has started targeting the weavers and spinners in Srinagar.
- The couple met while working at Bairstow's Mill, Sutton, where Ernest was an apprentice engineer and Gwen a spinner.
- She claimed to be Clotho, the spinner of the thread of life!
- The profit from the exhibition will be utilised for promoting schemes beneficial to weavers and spinners, said P. Ajayakumar, project officer, State Khadi Board.
- A reader asks if they link us with the days of the hand-loom weaver and the home spinner?
- Calling all Bolton ex-mill workers, carders, spinners, winders and weavers… someone wants to hear your story.
3(in fishing)cucharilla femininechispa feminine Chile
- Flies, spinners and plugs, in fact all types of lures including plastic worms, also live and dead bait all catch these fish.
- That and the trailing grub help to hold the spinnerbait higher in the water column.
- Idly I reeled the little spinner through the blue-green water.
- Laurits saw a fish move in the river just under the water and directed Fleming where he should cast his spinner.
- Although not often recognized as ‘big bass’ lures, spinnerbaits have accounted over the years for many double-digit largemouths.
- He used a Stanley spinnerbait, according to a release from the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens, in six feet of water.
- ‘Fish shallow areas near deeper water,’ Crafts said, ‘and throw something that makes a lot of noise: buzzbaits, spinnerbaits, topwaters.’
- We flyfished and waded, jigged lures and threw spinners.
- Either way, the one-handed rod was the common denominator for chunking topwater plugs, spinnerbaits and subsurface lures amid the sloughs and backwaters.
- The river is generally slow and sluggish, the only reasonable chance of success being with a spinner to give the lure some life.
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