sisal

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The fibre of the plant
A Central American plant, of the genus Agave, cultivated for its sword-shaped leaves that yield fibers used for rope
A perennial plant, Agave sisalana, native to central America and cultivated throughout the tropics for its fibre The plant, the stem of which grows to a height of only 90 cm, matures three to five years after planting and yields fibre for seven to eight years Sisal fibre is obtained by crushing the leaves to a pulp and then scraping the pulp from the fibre, which is washed and dried It is used in shipping, general industry, and agriculture
A natural, durable fiber that's frequently used in rugs
A product of the henequen plant formed into a pad and used as an insulator Named after the small port of Sisal in Yucatan
Sisal is the fibre from the leaves of a plant that is grown in the West Indies, South America, and Africa. Sisal is used to make rope, cord, and mats. a Central American plant whose leaves produce strong fibres, also called sisal, which are used in making rope (Sisal Mexican port). Plant (Agave sisalana) of the agave family, and the fibre from its leaves. The fibre is made into ropes and twines for marine, agricultural, shipping, and general industrial use, as well as into matting, rugs, hats, and brushes. Though sometimes referred to as sisal hemp, it is not related to true hemp. Growing to a height of about 3 ft (1 m) and a diameter of about 15 in. (38 cm), the stalk bears fleshy, rigid, gray to dark green, lance-shaped leaves in a dense rosette. Tanzania and Brazil are the main producers of sisal
A strong bast fiber that originates from the leaves of the Agave plant, which is found in the West Indies, Central America, and Africa End-uses include cordage and twine
12/97Parallel functional language for scientific applications, 1990
hood: Cone or capeline of sisal fiber made with a one over one weave Skull-cap: Small, close-fitting cap of fabric
A strong fiber, found in the leaves of a certain plant, which is used to make rope Other plants, such as jute and hemp, can also be used to make rope
A hard leaf fiber obtained from the sisal plant, Agave sisalana, of the Amaryllidaceae family The fiber is light yellow or nearly white, sometime slightly green in color, very string and durable, and approximately 40 to 70 in
A type of woven floor covering originally made of vegetable fibers such as grass and jute Now synthetic alternatives are available that offer a more comfortable feel as well as interesting textures, patterns and prints
a plant fiber used for making rope
rope a plant fiber used for making rope
Originally made of vegetable fibers, the carpet industry has recently captured the look of natural sisal and jute with the gentler, more comfortable synthetic alternatives Wool and synthetic alternatives are almost worry-free and offer a variety of interesting textures, patterns and prints
A natural plant fiber ideal for high-traffic areas Easy to maintain with vacuuming Sisal can be dyed
{i} (Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets)
Mexican or West Indian plant with large fleshy leaves yielding a stiff fiber used in e
Mexican or West Indian plant with large fleshy leaves yielding a stiff fiber used in e g rope
Fiber obtained from the leaves of the agave (ah-GAH--vay), a plant cultivated for its fiber Used to make baskets, bags and figures
Like Berber carpets, but have more of a woven look — sort of like a grass skirt Originally made from sisal, a natural plant fiber, the carpet industry has recently captured the look of natural sisal and jute with the gentler, more comfortable synthetic alternatives Available woven and dyed in various colors, as well as machine and hand painted Most of them are made of olefin and offer long wear Wool and synthetic alternatives are almost worry-free and offer a variety of interesting textures, patterns and prints
sisal grass
The prepared fiber of the Agave Americana, or American aloe, used for cordage; so called from Sisal, a port in Yucatan
sisal grass
See Sisal hemp, under Hemp
sisal hemp
See Sisal hemp, under Hemp
sisal hemp
The prepared fiber of the Agave Americana, or American aloe, used for cordage; so called from Sisal, a port in Yucatan
sisal hemp
sisal: a plant fiber used for making rope
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sisal hemp
sisal grass
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sisal keneviri
(Tabiat Doğa) (bitki, Fam: Agavaceae) sisal
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