twine


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to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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Twine properties included in the analysis (diameter, material, construction and some yarns) were significant predictors of breaking strength and affected the degradation rates.
He said the government should impose a complete ban on kite and twine manufacturing factories.
In the longer term, Fitbit will have the opportunity to extend the benefits of the Twine platform to its more than 25m users and expand into new condition areas.
Enter Twine, unique to the market, that helps couples and families set financial goals and work together to achieve them." John Hancock's Boston Bound Sweepstakes provides the chance to win an exclusive VIP trip for two to the 2018 Boston Marathon, including flight and two nights lodging, two finish line seats, two Marathon jackets and the opportunity to meet and go on a fun run with Boston Marathon champions Bill Rodgers and Meb Keflezighi.
The violators including Qasim Baig and Mohammad Naseer were arrested by police in Bohar gate area, Waqas from Pak gate area, two brothers Noor Alam and Mehmood Alam from Lohari gate area with 1200 kites and five spools of twine. Meanwhile, Mohammad Sajjad and Nasir Masih from Shah Shams area, and Akmal from New Multan area were caught with some 90 kites altogether.
Wrap 1 end of twine under roast and pull it to top, 1 to 2 in.
In the literature, little research has been devoted to the security of the TWINE against the DFA.
"The bird had flown into the twine some 30ft to 40ft up and couldn't get out and was hanging there by one of its wings," he said.
The tree will be cut for you once you've made your pick; shaker, baler and twine included.
Since its launch three months ago, Twine, which claims to be 'the first gender-balanced flirting app', has been downloaded more than 120,000 times and made more than one million matches.
But the same leaf, processed, spun into twine and spooled can sell for 100 shillings, or $1.15.
By coming together in a venture called Twine they have qualified for assistance from Arts Council England's Catalyst Arts fund, designed to encourage philanthropic giving at a time when public subsidy is dwindling from a stream to a trickle.
The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Cordage, Rope, Twine and Netting market at a national level.
Equi Ping's Karen Roberts told Horse&Hound: “Martin noticed twine was becoming thicker and stronger and thought there must be a better way of tying a horse.