spider's web

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Synonyms for spider's web

a web resembling the webs spun by spiders


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a web spun by spiders to trap insect prey

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But Spider's Web employs a lot of exposition, while playing up the cyberpunk aspects of the series.
Spider's Web on the road courtesy of Bill Kenwright, they give it their all.
Thus a large and very sticky Spider's Web is woven.
Spider's Web was written as a play at the request of its star, the Hitchcock heroine Margaret Lockwood.
Bruce ended up in the Christie play And Then We Were None, and was asked to stay on for another year in Spider's Web.
Analogous to Spider's web spinning, shots of him scribbling obsessively in his secret notebooks punctuate the movie.
Should a spider's web not exhibit the antibacterial qualities, colonies of the Pseudomonas fluorescens populated the area immediately surrounding the web.
the ambitious African-American gay lawyer), Basil Henderson (the incredibly sexy, egocentric, and tragically fragile bisexual ex-pro football player), Trent Walters (Raymond's life partner), Nicole Springer (Raymond's last heterosexual love, now married to his best friend, Jared Stovall), and even Raymond's parents are all connected like strands on a spider's web.
The space available at a certain web site limits the expansion of a spider's web.
Scientists are on the road to making a bulletproof material out of the humble spider's web.
Using the bronze supports that are sawed off cast statues, he put together a gigantic framework - more than four meters in diameter - that is not only vase and nest, but also spider's web, a place where objects become physically entangled.
The agreement includes basic cable-tv rights for RHI Entertainment's new horror-thriller projects including Grizzly Rage, Maneater, Eye of the Beast, Blood Monkey and In the Spider's Web.
Details of a sequel to Stieg Larsson's best-selling Millennium Trilogy, The Girl in the Spider's Web by Swedish author David Lagercrantz, have been released by the UK publisher MacLehose Press, The Guardian news company revealed on Wednesday.
Grandma's Yarn" is imaginatively illustrated with pictures made of colored yarns, and also with a photograph of part of Grandma's special Spider's Web afghan.
They calculated the material properties of the webbing needed to stop a train in these conditions and found that the strength of a real spider's web in human-sized proportions could stop the train.