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  • All of the flags are made out of khadi cloth of silk or cotton.
  • Wikipedia: Flag of India
  • Among the handicrafts are the handmade paper industry made from various vegetable fibres or cotton rags.
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  • As part of his India Office duties Markham investigated and reported to the Indian government on the introduction of Peruvian cotton into Madras, on the growth of ipecacuanha in Brazil and the possibilities for cultivating this medicinal plant in India, and on the future of the pearl industry at Tirunelveli in Southern India.
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  • By 1783, the triangular route that took British-made goods to Africa to buy slaves, transported the enslaved to the West Indies, and then brought slave-grown products such as sugar, tobacco, and cotton to Britain, represented about 80 percent of Great Britain's foreign income.
  • Wikipedia: William Wilberforce
  • By 1860, Houston had emerged as a commercial and railroad hub for the export of cotton.
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  • Canned goods, grape juice, and locally grown cotton completed the load.
  • Wikipedia: SS Minnesotan
  • Clothing was made of hemp or cotton cloths, restricted to a color standard of black and white.
  • Wikipedia: Song Dynasty
  • Cochineal-coloured wool and cotton are still important materials for Mexican folk art and crafts.
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  • Coldhurst, an area along Oldham's northern boundary with Royton, was once a chapelry and the site of considerable industry and commerce, including coal mining, cotton spinning and hat manufacture.
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  • Dickinson's one surviving article of clothing is a white cotton dress, possibly sewn circa 1878–1882.
  • Wikipedia: Emily Dickinson
  • During the Civil War, local politics split over slavery as many had ties to Southern cotton.
  • Wikipedia: Providence, Rhode Island
  • Except on solemn occasions when he donned court dress, his daily attire consisted of white cotton trousers, striped cotton jacket and a broad-brimmed straw hat, or a frock coat and a top hat in more formal situations.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro I of Brazil
  • For scenes where Kirk and Kruge battle at a precipice over a pit of lava, the shot combined animated lava, clouds (really cotton daubs on black), lightning, and a matte painting.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Halkett designed a waterproof cloak made from an early form of Macintosh cloth, cotton impregnated with India rubber by using naphtha as a solvent.
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  • His father was the Land Agent of the Hamel's Park estate and his mother came from a Lancashire cotton family.
  • Wikipedia: Arthur Percival
  • However, it was Manchester that was the most populous settlement, a major city, the world's largest marketplace for cotton goods, and the natural centre of its region.
  • Wikipedia: Greater Manchester
  • In 1801 there were four cotton mills in Altrincham, part of its textile industry, although they had closed by the 1851 census.
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  • In 1861 the outbreak of the American Civil War cut off supplies of cotton to the mills of the north west of England and as a result a number of prosperous mill owners looked for new business opportunities to diversify their interests.
  • Wikipedia: Talyllyn Railway
  • In tests, three predators—binturongs, clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa), and sun bears—retreated or showed other signs of displeasure when presented with cotton swabs anointed with a mixture of the toxic secretion and the saliva, whereas the toxic secretion alone generated mild interest.
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  • In Woodville in western Adelaide, a large plant for Actil cotton was built.
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  • It does not usually make its own runways in vegetation, but may use those of other rodents, such as cotton rats.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys couesi
  • Manchester has a thriving theatre, opera and dance scene, and is home to a number of large performance venues, including the Manchester Opera House, which feature large-scale touring shows and West End productions; the Palace Theatre; and the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester’s former cotton exchange.
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  • Nether Kirkton House is a mansion and the former home of whisky heiress Marion Buchanan, and Crofthead Mill is Neilston's largest and oldest cotton mill, dating in part from 1792 but predominantly 1880 after much of the original building was destroyed by fire.
  • Wikipedia: Neilston
  • One of the larger mills in Radcliffe was the Pioneer Mill, built between 1905 and 1906, and which ceased weaving in July 1980—the last mill in Radcliffe to use cotton.
  • Wikipedia: Radcliffe, Greater Manchester
  • Rehabilitation of Cotontchad, a major cotton company that suffered from a decline in world cotton prices, has been financed by France, the Netherlands, the European Union, and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).
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  • Reports surfaced after the 1870s that Stowe had in mind a wealthy cotton and sugar plantation owner named Meredith Calhoun, who settled on the Red River north of Alexandria, Louisiana.
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