LEP$1$ - translation to English
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LEP$1$ - translation to English

PROCESS THAT DISENTANGLES, CLEANS AND INTERMIXES FIBRES
Card teeth making machine; Card making machine; Wool carding; Carding machine; Teased wool; Wool card; Carding mill; Lep wala; Lep whala; Dhunuri; Lep wallah; Dhungri
  • Carding [[Llama]] hair with a hand-cranked drum carder.
  • Carding machine
  • A combing machine
  • A "Cotton carder". An old engraving copied from artist [[Pierre Sonnerat]]'s 1782 illustration.
  • Dyed wool being carded with a 1949 Tatham carding machine at Jamieson Mill, [[Sandness]], [[Shetland]], [[Scotland]].
  • Cotton carder (known as dhunuri or lep [[wallah]]) in [[Howrah]], [[Kolkata]], [[India]]
  • A carding machine in [[Haikou]], [[Hainan Province]], [[China]].
  • Irreler Bauerntradition shows carding, spinning and knitting in the [[Roscheider Hof Open Air Museum]].
  • Creating a [[rolag]] using hand cards.

LEP      
secondary school for vacational training

Definition

one
the upper limit of intoxication or exhaustion
after the second pint of gin, i was hard one-ing

Wikipedia

Carding

Carding is a mechanical process that disentangles, cleans and intermixes fibres to produce a continuous web or sliver suitable for subsequent processing. This is achieved by passing the fibres between differentially moving surfaces covered with "card clothing", a firm flexible material embedded with metal pins. It breaks up locks and unorganised clumps of fibre and then aligns the individual fibres to be parallel with each other. In preparing wool fibre for spinning, carding is the step that comes after teasing.

The word is derived from the Latin Carduus meaning thistle or teasel, as dried vegetable teasels were first used to comb the raw wool before technological advances led to the use of machines.