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trengthen it. Tus′sah-silk. A strong, coarse, dark silk, made from a native Bengal silk-worm. Tu-ta′ni-a. (Alloy.) A white alloy for tableware, etc. German: copper, 1; tin, 48; antimony, 4. Spanish: steel, 1; tin, 24; antimony, 2. See alloy. Tu′te-nag. 1. (Alloy.) A white alloy of copper, 50; nickel, 19; adiagram will make the plan understood. In some twills it is one and three, or one and four. The Latin trilix, a certain pattern in weaving, became drillich in German, and hence our word drill. Twill is derived from zwillich, which answers to the Latin bilix, and Greek dimitos. The latter survives in dimity. See also Samite,nsed Hair-line. Brevier Gothic condensed hair-line. Brevier outline. Brevier skeleton. Long-Primer Engravers' Open. Pica Old-Style Oŕnamented. Brevier German. Brevier German Title. Brevier Victoria. Brevier Black. Brevier Black. Brevier Angustan Black. Long-Primer Black Outline. Long-Prime