Definition of Cotton strain
1. Noun. Feeds primarily on cotton.
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Literary usage of Cotton strain
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1. The Textile Fibres: Their Physical, Microscopical, and Chemical Properties by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1904)
"... MERCERIZED COTTON. strain and elasticity of the separate fibres rather than that of the yarn or cloth; but it may be assumed, with considerable show of ..."
2. Woman's World by Unilever (Firm), Unilever (Firm (1900)
"Afterwards untie the fish, remove the cotton, strain the stock, mix it with a little dissolved gelatine, and brush it thickly over the fish. ..."
3. Non-secret Formulasby Thomas Michael Griffiths by Thomas Michael Griffiths (1910)
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