(1) he smeared ointment on a strip of lint(2) The operations in Namibia will require 20 000 tonnes of cotton lint annually.(3) The major products for the EU market includes cut flowers and vegetables, live fish, fresh vegetables, honey, bees wax, cotton lint and fuzzy cotton.(4) Dust and lint are deposited on the horizontal surfaces of equipment, floors, and other surfaces of the OR over time.(5) He covered the wound made with lint soaked in carbolic acid.(6) Cover it with a cheesecloth to keep out dust, lint and insects.(7) This increased area enables the filter to capture more lint , dust, pollen, mold and mildew - up to 95% of them from the air.(8) South Africa, therefore, only managed to produce about 50 percent, ├ö├ç├┐in a good year├ö├ç├û, of its annual requirement of 70,000 tonnes of cotton lint .(9) "Understood, " he said while digging through the lint in his pocket for the coins.(10) Following the instructions in your owner's manual, carefully clean out any lint , fuzz, or dirt in these areas.(11) Top products exported to 59 export markets within and outside the sub region include copper wires, electrical cables, burley tobacco, sugar and cotton lint .(12) Normally, about 20 pounds of material is removed from every 500-pound bale of cotton during a process called lint cleaning.(13) Once the cotton fiber properties have been determined, the value of the cotton lint can be calculated from the same tables farmers use when selling their cotton.(14) Nathan's hands were stuffed in his pockets, his fingers rubbing idly against his pocket lint .(15) This may eventually lead to the discovery of new approaches for the transformation of short fibre into the long lint , hence, the increase of fibre quality and productivity.(16) We replaced it with a new one after cleaning the lint trap.
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