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He had brought an instrument case, some linen bands and some lint.

A cloth should never be used, for it leaves some lint behind; but take off the dust with a painter's brush, or a pair of bellows.

“There is the lint,” said aunt Mary, and she gave Clara a bag to put it in.

It's the lint, the sticking-plaster and the bandages, and the turn-an'-twist.'

A very small proportion by weight of the plant is taken by the lint.

It is more hardy, and yields a greater proportion of lint to the seed.

Lint is the name given to the cotton which remains when separated from the seeds.

He also describes a machine for separating the seed from the fibre or lint.

"I really don't see how I can be of any help," Anders said, brushing a bit of lint from his jacket.

She'd come on pass from Pindi, an' the Colonel's lady had lint her the tattoo.

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