Definitions for "Shedding"
New rugs sometimes lose loose fibers, but it is not harmful to the carpet.
A condition in which the oxide, which forms the recording surface of a videotape, has begun to separate from the base. Loose oxide may clog video heads causing a loss of picture.
Tiny pieces of loose carpet fibers working their way to the surface. Shedding gradually goes away after time with repeated vacuuming.
A term used to describe the release of organisms (bacteria, protozoa, viruses) into the environment from an infected animal. The organisms may be in the stool, urine, respiratory secretions, or vaginal discharges. The 'shedding' animal may or may not be showing symptoms of disease.
release of infectious particles (e.g., bacteria, viruses) into the environment, for example by sneezing, by fecal excretion or from an open lesion.
Keywords:  cast, contagious, herpes, sheep, off
The act of shedding, separating, or casting off or out; as, the shedding of blood.
That which is shed, or cast off.
Sorting off one or more specific sheep from the rest and driving it or them away from the other sheep.
The term used to describe the moulting of a snake or lizards skin
Keywords:  lotus, persian, feather, motifs, modern
Design that features feather and lotus motifs. Popular pattern in many modern Persian rugs.
Keywords:  shelf, shelving, shell
Shelf/Shelving Shell
Keywords:  weft, warp, weaving, passage, threads
The operation of opening up the warp threads for the passage of the weft in weaving.
Keywords:  whereby, something, process
the process whereby something is shed