weave


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Synonyms for weave

Synonyms for weave

to move back and forth or from side to side, as if about to fall

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

Synonyms for weave

interlace by or as if by weaving

create a piece of cloth by interlacing strands of fabric, such as wool or cotton

sway to and fro

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to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

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Unlike braids and some straight weaves where you can go a day between keeping it moisturised, the curly weavon doesn't respond well to lack of moisture.
For example, the plain weave, which is formed by a simple pattern of one thread over, one thread under, is a stable weave because each thread is held in place securely.
Methods: To investigate the effect of weave structure on tensile strength and modulus in the longitudinal and transverse directions, the yarns (warp, weft and binders) distribution are kept equal in all directions (see Table 1) so that failure behaviour can be analysed with regard to weave structure.
There is no wrong way to weave in saori," she said.
COMPLETING THE PROJECT As the project was nearing completion, I suggested some students might choose to add other things to weave into the project.
Make certain that your stylist is a professional, and have the stylist remove the weave.
A recent survey conducted by the American Health & Beauty Aids Institute, the national trade association representing the leading manufacturers of ethnic hair care and beauty related products, found that 27% of stylists surveyed said that between 31% and 50% of their clients get hair weaves, 23% say between 11% and 30% of their clients get weaves, and 38% of stylists stated at least 10% of their clients get weaves.
When the backpressure valve was tightened on the line experiencing edge weave, thermal images from the IR scanner showed nearly 18[degrees] F temperature variation in an "M"-shaped profile, and the edge where the weave problem occurred was 10[degrees] hotter than the center of the curtain.
The light, open weave offers engineering strength essential for security mesh but often only found in traditional woven mesh patterns.
Thousands of years before humans could write, they could weave, turning cloth into a commodity, symbol of wealth, and decorative art.
Soon, she finds herself falling asleep at her loom, unable to weave.
Mechanized looms generally enter the discussion, and at this point, direct students to look at the fabrics they are wearing to see if they can identify the pattern of the weave of their own clothing.
She then kneels to weave a small bag to hold coca leaves.
Along with learning how to weave, the 10 or 12 women in the program will learn communication skills and anger management.
Forget the usual difficulties attached to most fabric shows: How are single woven works distinguished from fabrics designed for production, the endless yards of cloth whose composition and weave, in comparison, show them as idea-centered, almost conceptual?