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  • Bias tape — or bias binding is a narrow strip of fabric, cut on the bias (UK cross grain ). The strip s fibers, being at 45 degrees to the length of the strip, makes it stretchier as well as more fluid and more drapeable compared to a strip that is cut on… …   Wikipedia

  • bias binding — ► NOUN ▪ a narrow strip of fabric cut on the bias, used to bind edges …   English terms dictionary

  • Strip club — Exterior photograph of a strip club advertising full nude entertainment (Cheetahs, in San Diego, California USA). A strip club is an adult entertainment venue in which striptease or other erotic or exotic dance is regularly performed. Strip clubs …   Wikipedia

  • bias binding — noun or bias tape : a narrow strip of cloth cut on the bias, folded once or twice, and used chiefly for finishing and decorating clothing * * * bias binding noun (a long narrow folded piece of) material cut slantwise to provide stretch and used… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bias — n. & v. n. 1 (often foll. by towards, against) a predisposition or prejudice. 2 Statistics a systematic distortion of a statistical result due to a factor not allowed for in its derivation. 3 an edge cut obliquely across the weave of a fabric. 4… …   Useful english dictionary

  • bias tape — noun Date: 1915 a narrow strip of cloth cut on the bias, folded, and used for finishing or decorating clothing …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bias binding — noun a narrow strip of fabric cut on the bias, used to bind edges or for decoration …   English new terms dictionary

  • Media bias in the United States — Journalism News · Writing style Ethics · Objectivity Values · …   Wikipedia

  • Hong Kong seam — In sewing, a Hong Kong seam or Hong Kong finish is a home sewing term [Schaeffer p. 212] for a type of bound seam in which each raw edge of the seam allowance is separately encased in a fabric binding. In couture sewing or tailoring, the binding… …   Wikipedia

  • welting — noun ( s) Etymology: from gerund of welt (III) 1. a. : the welts sewed or otherwise attached (as to a garment) for strengthening or decoration b. : trimming …   Useful english dictionary

  • Media coverage of the Arab–Israeli conflict — This article is part of the Arab Israeli conflict series. History Views on the conflict …   Wikipedia

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