Standing near the Western Seas, she turned her eyes naturally to the Americas, and a great trade was beginning in tobacco and raw silk from Virginia, rich woods and dye stuffs from the Main, and rice and fruits from the Summer Islands.
Nearly half the trees of this island are dye-wood, as good as that of the East.
"No, they ain't; they're jest colored in a dye-pot.
These leaves are not many dipped in one dye, as at the dye-house, but they are dyed in light of infinitely various degrees of strength, and left to set and dry there.
gualda, aherb to dye yellow with (Minsheu); cp.
He saw the perambulating corpses, the ghastly death's heads of men who labored in the dye-rooms.
Thousands of valuable dye-colors and other compounds used in the arts attest its practical value.
To prepare dye boiler, put in 2 lb.
The "Gods" at our theatres generally evince good taste in selecting their favorite actresses, and as they usually choose blondes, we cannot believe that "those whom the gods love dye young."
Firstly, industry and commerce are world-wide; the remotest countries are bound together by economic ties; invisible cords link the Belgian iron worker with the London docker and the Clyde shipwright, the Californian fruit grower with the Malay tin miner and the German dye worker.
Note.--This is the method employed generally in small dye-works for all dresses for black; their lots are so small.
lockes I wylle leue to yow Sanynge I wyll that y'e gyue in my prefence er I dye whilis I lyue to the frere prechours.
Dye uncompelld, and mock their preparations, Their envyes and their Justice.
Last Saturday P.M. I was a sailin' down Dye Street with my bloo cotton umbreller under my arm, feelin' all so fine and so gay.
Er little beech bark dyes slate color set wid copper.
Hickory bark an bay leaves dyes yellow set wid chamber lye; bamboo dyes turkey red, set color wid copper.
He took it, not by pinches, but a palmful at once, diving for it under the mighty flaps of his old-fashioned waistcoat pocket; his waistcoat red and angry, his coat dark rappee, tinctured by dye original, and by adjuncts, with buttons of obsolete gold.
They were gorgeous-looking performers in their pantomimes, for besides tattooing, which marked their rank, they were decorated with charcoal and the scarlet dye mati, and wore girdles of yellow ti-leaves, or vests of ripe, golden plantain-leaves.
To Dye Hair and Feathers Green.
To Dye Feathers Blue.
Some of these men introduced new techniques from the old provinces of China into the "colonial" areas and set up dye factories, textile factories, etc.,
gualdo, woad to dye blue with (Florio), Low Lat.
On removal from the boiling hot dye-bath, the bone should be immediately plunged into cold water, to prevent cracks from the heat.
The next stanza speaks of "Dye Apguylamys," who is told to prepare the obsequy for Love, and of "Lady Apylton," who had offered a "mass-penny," and the epitaph ends with these stanzas: "Now, Love, Love!