twig


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Synonyms for twig

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Synonyms for twig

a small branch or division of a branch (especially a terminal division)

branch out in a twiglike manner

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Although some believe there is a possibility that Pattinson and FKA Twigs could get back together, his latest outing with the mystery woman may derail their chances of a reconciliation.
With eight government agencies working on 11 unique challenges, the TWiG program is certainly gaining momentum.
For the twig blight it was counted the number of twigs of one year or two years-old per plant with disease symptoms in a total of twigs per plant.
Twig & Thorn is a delicate, unique label by New York artist Jacqueline Liu who previously developed jewelry for Tiffany & Co.
The conclusion may be too cheerful for sophisticated readers, and Twig is wise and eloquent beyond her twelve years.
A winter bite was equal to the twig biomass and a summer bite the leaf biomass from one twig, both with current annual growth >5 cm.
No doubt, the contagious vibe of joy, gratitude and esprit de corps was unmistakable -- not only among our honorees, but also for our illustrious special guests: FMI President/CEO Leslie Sarasin, who presided masterfully for the second year as TWIG awards emcee; Janel Haugarth, Supervalu's EVP and president of independent business and supply chain services, who received the distinguished Trailblazer Award; and keynoter Deanie Eisner, EVP and CMO of Kraft Foods, who was positively sensational in delivering "five life lessons" for our distinguished guests.
TWIG is one of the largest suppliers of spunlace byproducts with continuous supply of all common qualities and fiber blends.
This was true whether the twig was on a tree that had infected needles elsewhere or on a tree with no infected needles at all.
Self-taught naturalist Steve Brill showed the Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham, the twig also known as betula lenta, and asked him to give it a try.
While never explicitly stated, MacLean draws a subtle and effective connection between Roxy and Twig in Nix's mind.
Designed to cover the curriculum from KS2 up to GCSE, Twig World is suitable for students of all abilities.
The overall goal in this study was to improve western juniper biomass utilization by (1) determining the essential oil yields from both juniper twigs and foliage; (2) assessing the efficacy of these oils as natural biocides for termites and decay fungi; and (3) assessing potential use of extracted twig and foliage residues as a fermentation substrate for biofuels or other fermentation products.
TOP TWIG is poised to light up Necarne today as he did 12 months ago when landing the open for the second year in succession.
We assessed each individual twig collected in February, determining the wet twig mass, twig length and twig basal diameter.