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Aertex is a British clothing company based in Manchester, established in 1888, and also the name of the original textile manufactured by the company.
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by Doreen Yarwood
Aertex. which,. like. Jaeger,. is. still a household word. A third, equally long-lived name is Viyella, which was a fabric made from a blend of cotton and wool; it was produced by William Hollins and Co. in the 1890s, at first intended for men's ...
by Martin H. Manser
fine particles sprayed from a pressurized container aerospace earth's atmosphere and space beyond it Aertex (trademark) cellular cotton fabric aesthetic (US esthetic) of or associated with the appreciation of beauty, ...
by Daniel Jones
e-, '-00- -s -s Aertex® 'esteks, ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
Aertex /ˈːtks/ 7noun [mass noun] trademark ...
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Scrabble value of A1E1R1T1E1X8
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