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Synonyms for strand

Synonyms for strand

something that suggests the continuousness of a fine continuous filament

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a pattern forming a unity within a larger structural whole

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line consisting of a complex of fibers or filaments that are twisted together to form a thread or a rope or a cable

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a necklace made by a stringing objects together

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a poetic term for a shore (as the area periodically covered and uncovered by the tides)

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a street in west central London famous for its theaters and hotels

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leave stranded or isolated with little hope of rescue

drive (a vessel) ashore

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bring to the ground

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Strand thinning by removing 10 20 30 and 40% strands from the center of each bunch for three different periods i.
In DNA computing, it is very important to know that instability of DNA strands can cause undesirable reactions.
Nine-inch strands were found to have a more variable flow rate through the picker rolls relative to 4-inch strands.
Both nip rolls have pneumatically adjustable pressure and are mechanically driven for pulling irregular or slippery strands.
The team of researchers found pieces of at least 26 strands of silk in the amber.
Grimaldi, his museum colleague Enrique Penalver, and Xavier Delclos from the University of Barcelona found pieces of at least 26 strands of silk preserved in the amber fragment, which measured about 18 millimeters in length.
The correct rotation of the scissoring cable strands should be counterclockwise for the right side and clockwise for the left side.
If these conditions are found, replace the strands with new ones.
After drying, the strands are coated with adhesive and wax in a blender, and conveyed to the forming lines, aligned and deposited in a mat of the required mass.
Prestressed strands represent an important contribution to the nation's roads, bridges, and skyscrapers because, as opposed to the solid steel rebars employed in early construction techniques, strands (a group of seven tightly wrapped, thin steel wires) have more "give" when being stressed.
Outdoor strands come as miniature lights or as standard lights called C-sets in the trade ("C" refers to the conical shape of the bulbs).
Panels were manufactured in various combinations of random and aligned strands at core and surface layers, and those authors stated that the alignment of surface strands improved bending strength and stiffness of strandboards in the direction of alignment.
claims credit for the largest ever, producing dual strands up to 19 in.
In it, a single-helix strand of synthesized DNA is folded into a loose geometric shape and held in place with a few short strands of DNA.