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The separated fibre is then made up into bundles ready for sending to one of the jute presses.

The first process in the manufacture of jute is termed batching.

Cops may be made of any length and any suitable diameter; a common size for jute shuttle is 10 in.

A large vessel containing bales of jute is berthed on the quay-side adjoining the jute sheds in Fig. 6.

In Sleswick also we have a portion of the Jute population of Jutland.

The Ethnology of EuropeRobert Gordon Latham

Jute, flax, China grass and hemp are common fibres which are derived from the bast of the plants.

Corchorus, kor′ko-rus, n. a genus of tropical plants cultivated for their fibre, which is the jute of commerce.

The results confirmed those of Cross and Bevan first obtained with the typical lignocellulose (jute).

The grain, when threshed, is piled on the ground in jute sacks, saving the expense of granaries and hauling to and from them.

And hence came the extension of the Jute hypothesis to the Cantware.

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