Cotton Patch gooseThe Cotton Patch is a breed of domestic goose originating in the Southern United Statesâ â â â â âMercerised cottonMercerisation is a textile finishing treatment for cellulose fabric and yarn, mainly cotton and flax, which improves dye uptake and tear strength, reduces fabric shrinkage, and imparts a silk-like lusterâ â â â â âPanorama CottonPanorama Cotton (, Panoramakotton) is a 1994 rail shooter video game developed by Success and published by Sunsoft for the Sega Mega Drive exclusively in Japan on August 12, 1994. Panorama Cotton is the third entry in the Cotton series and made a major departure from the original gameplay formula of prior Cotton entries; instead of being a side-scrolling shooter like the others, it was a pseudo-3D shooter in the style of Sega's classic arcade hit Space Harrier. Stylistically, it also stands out for having lost the melancholy undertones that the other games have; instead, it simply strives to be uniquely psychedelic. An unofficial English translation patch was released in 2019.â â â â â âCotton - WikipediaMost cotton in the United States, Europe and Australia is harvested mechanically, either by a cotton picker, a machine that removes the cotton from the boll without damaging the cotton plant, or by a cotton stripper, which strips the entire boll off the plant. Cotton strippers are used in regions where it is too windy to grow picker varieties of cotton, and usually after application of a chemical defoliant or the natural defoliation that occurs after a freeze. Cotton is a perennial crop in the tropics, and without defoliation or freezing, the plant will continue to grow.â â â â â â1958 Cotton Bowl ClassicThe 1958 Cotton Bowl Classic was the 22nd edition of the college football bowl game, played at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday, January 1. Part of the 1957-58 bowl game season, it matched the independent and fifth-ranked Navy Midshipmen and the #8 Rice Owls of the Southwest Conference (SWC). Slightly favored, Navy won 20-7.â â â â â âCotton CountyBig Pasture Temple Waltersâ â â â â âWorld Cotton CentennialThe World Cotton Centennial (also known as the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition) was a World's Fair held in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States in 1884. At a time when nearly one third of all cotton produced in the United States was handled in New Orleans and the city was home to the Cotton Exchange, the idea for the fair was first advanced by the Cotton Planters Association. The name "World Cotton Centennial" referred to the earliest-surviving record of export of a shipment of cotton from the U. S. to England in 1784.â â â â â âCotton, CheshireCotton was a township or village in the Sandbach parish of the county of Cheshire, on the banks of the River Dane. It is now part of Congletonâ â â â â â1951 Cotton Bowl ClassicThe 1951 Cotton Bowl Classic was the 15th annual game, and it featured the Tennessee Volunteers and the Texas Longhornsâ â â â â âCotton production in ChinaCotton production in China pertains to cotton which is the prime cash crop of China. Its production is the highest in the world (in excess of 20 percent of world production) since 1982 until recently overtaken by India. Twenty-four of the 35 provinces of China grow cotton with nearly 300 million people involved in its production. It is the main input for textile industry of the country with cotton textiles now accounting for 80% use vis-a-vis 95% in the 1950s. The cotton textile industry employs over 10 million people. Its production in 2012-13 was 7.6 million tons but in 2013-14 it dropped to 7 million tons. Historically, its introduction in China is considered a 'southernization', crop which originated from southern Asia (India) during the "proto-globalization" period.â â â â â âCotton Belt Freight DepotThe Cotton Belt Freight Depot in St. Louis, Missouri at 1400 North 1st Street in the Near North Riverfront neighborhood. It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2004â â â â â â1943 Cotton Bowl ClassicThe 1943 Cotton Bowl Classic was a college football bowl game played on January 1,1943 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, TXâ â â â â âThe Danish Cotton Mills sites todayBoth of the former production sites of the company have been redeveloped. The Valby site has been converted into Spinderiet, a mixed-use development inaugurated in 2007 which combines a shopping centre, office space and apartments. The factory in Vejle has also been redeveloped and now houses various cultural institutions and companies.