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    The process of applying very short, dyed fibers of rayon, cotton, wool, or other natural or synthetic material to an adhesive-coated surface to impart a velvet- or velour-like texture to a surface. The fibers themselves are known as flock. A paper that has been flocked is also known as velvet paper.

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