from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A trade-name of yarn or thread made by spirally twisting, with the aid of special machinery, narrow strips of paper as made on the ordinary Fourdrinier machine, largely from chemical wood-pulp. This yarn is available for the production of textile fabrics, replacing jute or perhaps coarse cotton yarn. See, for a similar product, xyloline.
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