twine


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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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Then cut the twine to the length you want it to hang, and tie this to the piece of twine threaded through the holes.
Alternatives to baler twine, have been launched in response to fears that twine is now too strong to be used safely for tying up your horse.
Twine also inter viewed participants' former husbands, black sisters-in-law, black mothers-in-law and a set of white grandparents, as well as four white fathers and the black women they were married to.
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The polypropylene twine lasts two to three seasons through sun and winter weather before I replace it.
Materials: a collection of thick, relatively straight twigs, twine, scissors, measuring tape and pruning sheers
HANDY: Jute twine holders, complete with chunky twine and scissors, pounds 12 plus p&p; STYLISH FOR BIRDS: These glass bird feeders are pounds 29.
Tape the unknotted end of one twine to a straightened paper clip.
A further point of interest in the photograph is the small plaque directly underneath the Twine Stores sign between the two windows.
Mourners wore ribbons of bale twine which dad-of-two Gordon, 84, always used to keep his trousers up.
NOURISON debuts handmade area rugs in marble-colored shags in the Fantasia Collection, faux-leather pieces woven with twine in the Horizon Twines Collection and a new hooked Persian collection called Summit Point.
Beyond the sawgrass a boy leans/against the wind as his kite climbs://if the golden twine is long enough/perhaps he can tangle a gull.
In Yukiko Amano's work, a skein of twine loops around her neck, the ball scooting on the floor in response to her moves--a leash, a noose, or just women's work?
MAKE three gold bows with the ribbon and attach to a piece of garden twine so they can be pushed into the ring in three of the spaces.