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|English term or phrase: yolk|
|Key features include a loose leg, low waist, and side seams that start in the front at the pocket and in the back at a yolk and meet halfway down the leg at the knee.|
I think the word is misspelled - I would think 'Yoke' and not yolk - in textile yoke is translated as empiecement - in this case I would suggest'collar'
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suint, laine brute
Condition Refers to the amount of non-wool constituents, such as yolk, sand, earth etc. present in greasy wool.
Greasy Wool Wool in its natural state as shorn off the sheep.
greasy wool = laine en suint
Wool grease Natural impurities of wool (wax and suint) secreted by glands attached to the wool follicle. Also called yolk.
wool in the yolk : laine en suint
Laine en suint ou lavée à dos, non cardée ni peignée
wool grease : graisse de la laine;
suint; graisse de suint; graisse de suint brute (suintine); laine brute
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