from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A trade-name of carbonized silk rags (in which any admixture of cotton or wool has been chemically destroyed) bound together with metal threads into the form of a small rope, braid, or mat, and used for insulating purposes, as for covering steam-pipes, etc. (Decision No. 5854, United States Board of General Appraisers.)
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The croce remanit continewally in the said abbay, to the time of
Edinburght, whare we remanit till the nixt day at none; when, efter sermone, dennar, and a proclamatioun maid at the Mercat Croce in forme as followeth, we departed.
Fra this tyme quhill eftir supper, he remanit in the wall [well].
Lesley, however, says, "During the tyme of this Raid, the King of Scotland remanit in Carlaverock upoun the Bordour, not far from Soloway