Other techniques included laser-cut laces, braiding, and high-gloss liquid fabrics made from silk and nylon.
Elizabeth Goodman was editor at large at Blender magazine and has written for Rolling Stone, Spin, and nylon.
She is more casually dressed—black, skinny jeans and nylon jacket—but still perfectly put together.
She has written for nylon, nylon Guys, and thehandbook.co.uk, a London-based website.
The mother unties the palm staves from the mattress, then takes the nylon ropes and ties the mattress to the boat.
A nylon rope attached to the tips of the booms held them ten feet apart.
It's all foam rubber, nylon braid supports and magnesium tubing.
nylon streamed out behind him and snapped open with a tremendous jar.
All you have to do is wrap your core with a nonconductor, say nylon thread, and presto, nothing comes out.
Inside he looked over the shelves, selected a heavy coil of nylon rope, a sheath knife, a canteen.
1938, coined, according to DuPont, from random generic syllable nyl- + -on, common ending in fiber names (cf. rayon), said to be ultimately from cotton. Use (in plural) for "nylon stockings" is from 1940.