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    AUTHOR:     LINTON, GEORGE EDWARD,  1806-
    TITLE:      THE MODERN TEXTILE DICTIONARY
    PUBL.:      NEW YORK, Duell, Sloane and Pierce, Inc.
    DATE:       1954
    LANGUAGE:   UNDETERMINED
WEAVE - The process of forming a fabric on a loom by interlacing the warp and filling threads with each other. (page 724)

WARP - Any yarn that runs lengthwise in cloth made on a loom.... Warp yarn is always under tension whereas the filling is not subject to such tension... (pages 716-717)

FILLING - 1. An individual yarn which interlaces with warp yarn at right angles in weaving fabric.... 2. Weft, the English term for filling, is used in this country in the hand weaving and the carpet trades.... (page 275)

INTERLACE - To unite, insert or interpose by lacing. (page 352)

(by varying the interlacing, a wide variety of different fabric constructions is possible MB)