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Denim

tougher, usually cotton, less commonly woollen textile fabric which is full to the touch, has diagonal ribbing and an indistinct twill-weave surface with contrasting colours in the warp and weft (typically blue warp and white weft). Used for sports-style trousers and men's, ladies' and children's jeanswear. The term "denim" is derived from the French "de Nimes" - from Nimes



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