- "Jute, Tabitha, Captain," he intoned, as his cyclops lens scanned and recorded her.
- "Jute," she told him.
- The local jute industry employed forty thousand people in the early years of the present century.
- In Dundee, a former jute mill has been converted into 72 flats, while in Edinburgh a scheme at High Street/Bell Street is creating 172 flats in former bonded warehouses.
- Having started in films by putting a few thousand pounds into a short religious picture in 1933, he went on to form British National, a production company, in association with Lady Yule, the wealthy widow of a Calcutta jute merchant.
- Dundee grew as a port and as a centre for the only jute industry in Britain.
- Tabitha Jute pulled up the collar of her old foil jacket and strode off past the concession stalls, looking for transport.
- Secondly, the development of Northern technology has resulted in synthetic substitutes for many natural products, e.g. jute and rubber.
- They decided to use the skills of their workers in making cloth and sacking from jute , which they imported from East Bengal, now Bangladesh.
- Most people find that modern, lightweight rugs are much easier to handle than old fashioned jute rugs with blankets, and they must be more comfortable for the horse.
- Later, when other countries wanted to make their own cloth from jute, the workers of Dundee made and sold them the textile machinery .
- "Jute, Tabitha, Captain," he said.
- He pulled a jute sack onto his lap and pointed down at my face with a dagger.
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