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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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Thoughts to Share IF you have a thought to spare Pass it on just to show that you care Keep one for that rainy day When the going gets tough and they lost their way When heartache and tears became entwined When 'happiness' seemed to be a crime A thought to share so very worthwhile Lifting your soul and raising a smile.
Padovan is under contract to voice all future Entwined stories.
The Entwined Histories project has demonstrated its value by giving young people the opportunity to learn about the past and reflect on the lessons that it can offer us as we work to build a better future.
Devices used to automatically transport randomly entwined coil springs generally consist of a parts feeders for aligning and supplying springs and an independent spring separator for separating randomly entwined coil springs.
Our patriotic politicians, after getting entwined in the antique web regarding the name, alone got caught up in the bad strategy and now do not know how to get out.
I sense a world entwined, Its roots extending from me, As I float at the
Either way, he is a figure of enduring fascination, whose fate was entwined with that of the North itself.
The two developments became entwined as stained glass was used to tell Bible stories to the largely illiterate congregation attending the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages.
These qualities--combined with its durability to withstand and the intensity of healthcare environments--make Entwined a solution for any healthcare facility looking to create a welcoming and healing sanctuary for years to come.
While the crest's design is being kept under wraps, it will feature both Katie and Alex's initials entwined.
Prosper Snow is lead to believe his friends need his help, but soon finds himself entwined in a series of murders.
A panel of "eminent" judges will test entwined lovers on their trundling techniques and award points out of 10 to find the country's greatest field fumblers.
Named for Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier and Benjamin Franklin, this prize recognizes "unusually meritorious efforts in the preservation or promotion of the entwined scientific heritage of France and the United States.
The school, its history and the history of Yarm are so entwined that without it in its present location I fear that the vibrant nature of the town will diminish and the void will be filled with party revellers and transients.