Combing (wool) is described as the process by which the short fibers, entangled fibers, and vegetable material are separated from the long fibers, and the latter are straightened out and laid parallel to each other.

Combing is the third major stage of the wool production process wherein fibres are aligned, any residual vegetable matter and short fibres are removed The end products for this activity are top and noil..
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