Definitions for "nylon "
nylon is a Unix SOCKS 4 and 5 proxy server. It is compatible with BSD, Solaris, HP-UX and Linux
Any of several thermoplastic polyamide plastics, comprising a family of high-strength resilient synthetic materials, used mostly in fibers.
A synthetic fabric consisting of fibers of nylon[wn1].
Nylon is an American magazine which focuses on pop culture and fashion. Its coverage includes art, beauty, music, design, celebrities, technology and travel. Nylon was co-founded by ex-Ray Gun publisher, Marvin Scott Jarrett, American entrepreneur, Mic Neumann, and supermodel Helena Christensen.
Keywords:  camilla, steinunn, klara, alma, emil
Nylon is an Icelandic girl group composed of members Alma, Emilía, Steinunn Camilla, and Klara. The group was formed after auditions in Iceland, which Alma, Camilla and Klara attended. A few weeks after the auditions, Emilia was asked whether she would like to be in the band, and after meeting them, she accepted the offer.
Keywords:  mbrecht, nymph
Nümbrecht Nymph
Keywords:  vissi, anna, cyprus, singer, greece
Nylon is the name of a Greek album by singer Anna Vissi. The album was released 3 different times in Greece and Cyprus. It was first released on CD on September 28, 2005, going platinum in 24 hours in Greece.
usually considered relatively safe, but clinical observation by medical doctors has show that nylon can cause adverse reactions in those who are sensitive to petrochemicals. Both benzene and phenol are used to make nylon.
12- Specially engineered nylon powder. Tiny spherical particles allow it to glide smoothly on skin.
material used as substrates in supported vinyls.
A man-made material used for clothes and other items.
A type of material used for brush bristles, but is usually not as good as Polyester or Nylon-Polyester combinations
can be used as temporary jewelry, such as a retainer. inappropriate for long-term use as it can absorb bodily fluids.
A generic name for a specific family of plastics.
Nylon is a community management system based around giving users new ways to interact.
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