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—Influence of Blend Ratio and Break Draft on Mass Variation, Hairiness, and Physical Properties of 15 Tex PES/CO Blended Ring Spun Yarn. Journal of Natural Fibers, 9(3), 197-206. [4] Samander Ali Malik, Assad Farooq, Thomas Gereke & Chokri Cherif (2016). Prediction of Blended Yarn Evenness and Tensile properties by using Artificial Neural Network and Multiple Linear Regression, AUTEX Research Journal, Vol. 19, No 1, March 2019, 16(2), 43-50. [5] Sekerden, F (2011). Investigation on the Unevenness, Tenacity and Elongation Properties of Bamboo/Cotton Blended Yarns, Fibres

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109 ANNALS OF THE NÁPRSTEK MUSEUM 39/1 • 2018 • (pp . 109–110 ) ANNOTATION Martin Šámal Jsem svobodný…: Edice rodinné korespondence Vojty Náprstka 1848–1858 [I am Free…: Edition of Vojta Náprstek’s Family Correspondence 1848–1858] Praha, 2017. Milena Secká Correspondence forms an extensive part of Vojta Náprstek’s personal papers, consisting of many thousands of letters, correspondence cards, postcards, telegrams, business cards with scribbled notes and drafts of his replies. It illustrates the life of Vojta Náprstek himself, as well as those of his