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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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A rescuer told media that a man was going on motorcycle when stray twines wrapped up around his neck causing a deep cut.
He said that police should launch crackdown against those selling kites and twines besides arresting the people flying the kites.
In recent years Bold Street has changed from a retail-focused street to a food and drink hotspot, though the Ropes and Twines team is keen to stress theirs will not be a noisy venue.
But the report into Ropes and Twines said: "It should be pointed out there will be no vertical drinking and the primary purpose will be the coffee element.
One twine which could be finished in 2 minutes will be bought by the Cooperative from the inmates at P2.
Sources said Shahbaz Sharif has also directed authorities to take action against businesses involving sale and manufacturing of dangerous (glass-coated or metal string) twines
Cable cords can be thought of as twisting three twines together.
The Deering-Appleby twine binder, introduced in 1879, sold like wildfire and worked like a charm.
As you twist the twines, the movable end will begin to move closer to the fixed end.
However, the government has banned basant-related activities and use of metal wire for kite flying following deaths of citizens caused by the banned twine and road accidents.
The Twines, who live at 65 Parker Hill Road, said they were devastated to see the extent of the fire.
It said that Pakistan Jute Mills Association (PJMA) applied National Tariff Commission (NTC) for tariff protection to the domestic industry of jute yarn and jute twines, falling under PCT main heading No.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Jute Mills Association (PJMA) has requested the government to increase tariff on import of jute yarn and jute twines in order to protect the domestic industry.
Intense aerial firing and full volume speakers blaring 'blatant songs' creates quite a commotion in City, while two twine injuries have been reported due to illegal and otherwise banned use of copper twines.
A statement of the NTC issued here on Monday, said that Pakistan Jute Mills Association (PJMA) applied National Tariff Commission (NTC) for tariff protection to the domestic industry of jute yarn and jute twines, falling under PCT main heading No.