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Mandarin coat

heavyweight woollen cloth, which is somewhat stiff to the touch and has a short pile with a high, water-like lustre, concealing its double, three-bond twillweave. Woven from carded yarns, and used for men's winter coats. "Mandarin" is the name given by Europeans to a high-ranking official in feudal China.



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