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Bengaline (1)

lightweight wool fabric, woven in linen or rep weave; has a bigger sett in the warp, a grainy surface, and is made from fine, multi-twist yarn, Used for men's summer suits and ladies' dresses and suits. The term is derived from the name of the Indian province of Bengal, where silk fabrics of rep-like appearance were first produced.



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