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  1. Thread is a type of yarn intended for sewing by hand or machine. (Web site)
  2. A thread is a co-routine created by calling the built-in function coroutine.create(f), where f is a Lua function. (Web site)
  3. Thread is the paint of embroidery and since it is different than regular thread you are also going to have to make an investment in thread to get started.
  4. Silk thread is best for wools and silks (fabrics of animal origin). (Web site)
  5. This thread is used by Oracle BPEL Process Manager to process the instance.

Thread Count

  1. In knitted fabric, thread count implies the number of wales or ribs. (Web site)


  1. Embroidered with thread, resham and mirror work with a merge of golden gotta patti on kameez throughout. (Web site)

Gold Thread

  1. Traditionally red in color, Ghatchola or Bandhani Sarees are made of cotton or silk and real gold thread and are a great choice for brides.
  2. Red + Blue = (Royal) Purple One can easily imagine that a joining of these two elements, bound and embroidered with gold thread is highly symbolic.
  3. The gold colored kurta has a self print on it; and has embroidery all over using red, brown and gold thread. (Web site)

Thread Work Embroidery

  1. The conventional salwar suits and kurtas now being detailed with thread work embroidery on sleeves and necks is making it go international as well. (Web site)

Common Thread

  1. The Great Year investigates the common thread in these beliefs and looks back into time seeking answers to the questions that still loom over science today.
  2. The present results share a common thread with recent developments in several areas of condensed matter physics. (Web site)


  1. Spinning is an ancient textile art in which plant, animal or synthetic fibers are twisted together to form yarn (or thread, rope, or cable).


  1. She then gave him a ball of thread, which she had obtained from Daedalus, the designer of the labyrinth.
  2. She gave Theseus a ball of silk thread and told him to tie it to the entrance of the Labyrinth and unwind it as he went.


  1. Button holes were sewn by hand with silk thread.

Sewing Thread

  1. Sometimes the wooden spools of sewing thread are called bobbins.


  1. Spinning Spinning (textiles) is the process of creating yarn (or thread, rope, cable) from various raw fiber materials.


  1. The dental screw has an external thread at one end thereof, for screwing into the jawbone. (Web site)


  1. Behind this meaning of the word lies the conception about the thread of destiny, which the Norns twist and twine.


  1. Theseus instructed the other people out of the maze while following the ball of thread that guided the way. (Web site)
  2. Theseus tied one end of the thread to the entrance of the maze, then unwound the ball as he walked forward.


  1. The sewer passes the needle and the attached thread all the way through two pieces of fabric, from one side to the other and back again.
  2. Theseus unwound the thread as he wandered through the Labyrinth searching for the Minotaur, so that he could find his way out of the maze again. (Web site)
  3. I knot my thread in this way for hand-sewing, quilting, embroidery, etc.


  1. Nylon thread used in rope making is generally a long chained polymer but with less than the 85% of specific compounds used in polyester.
  2. Nylon, the first fiber synthesized entirely from petrochemicals, was introduced as a sewing thread by DuPont in 1936, followed by DuPont's acrylic in 1944. (Web site)


  1. According to Consumer Reports, cotton and cotton-blend sheets with a thread count of 180 to 200 stand up to wear and tear and provide satisfactory comfort. (Web site)
  2. If you choose the wrong thread, your sewing project may not hold up well against normal wear and tear. (Web site)


  1. Loop again and thread the bitter end between the 2 coils on the standing end and pull tightly. (Web site)


  1. Hurriedly she threaded a needle, doubled the thread and tied a series of knots in it.


  1. These needles have a larger eye and groove that will help to prevent your thread from breaking. (Web site)
  2. Alternatively, the cup may include an external thread or groove on its periphery, which can be threadably secured to the acetabulum.


  1. The scarf is a cut in the back of the eye that aids the bobbin shuttle to pick up the thread. (Web site)
  2. The groove leads the thread into the eye from the front. (Web site)
  3. When the Brahmin boy is invested with this holy thread, symbolically his third eye, or the eye of wisdom, is opened.


  1. When the needle pushes a loop through the thread, the rotary shuttle grips the loop with a hook.
  2. Use Uni knot to tie the thread and hook. (Web site)

Spark Plug

  1. Confirm that the thread reach of the spark plug is the right one for your engine. (Web site)
  2. If a spark plug with the wrong thread length is erroneously used, the piston or valve could strike it and damage the engine. (Web site)
  3. FIG. 6 represents the relationship between the thread diameter of the threaded part 12 and thewithstand voltage [kV] of the spark plug.


  1. After posting the "Rope Question?" thread, it occurred to me that "what good's a rope if one cannot use it?".
  2. The music I'll be posting within this thread has been labeled "Stoner Rock" based on the sound and attitude of the music.


  1. The common thread is a discussion of the TEX system of text-processing and typesetting developed by Donald Knuth. (Web site)
  2. These reviews are also posted (in text form) on my "Manga Recon" column on You can direct complaints and discussion to this forum thread. (Web site)
  3. There has been some previous discussion in this old thread where people were largely against the inclusion of "community review" sites.


  1. A mechanism underneath the fabric grabs this loop and wraps it around either another piece of thread or another loop in the same piece of thread.
  2. In computer programming a critical section is a piece of code or a set of instructions that can only be executed by one process or thread at a time. (Web site)
  3. Parmly promoted teeth flossing with a piece of silk thread in 1815.


  1. Tying knots with flexible cordage (thread, string or rope) is pretty well covered in books put out for Scout groups, sailors, etc.


  1. The thread must be screwed the entire length of the post into the prepared bore in the jawbone, while being careful not to traumatize the cortex. (Web site)
  2. First post, participants strive to be the first person to add a comment (post) to a new article or discussion thread.
  3. The coupling means 6 is fixedly joined to the post 2 by means of a screw 36, whose root end engages the internal thread 34 of the post. (Web site)


  1. The implant serves as an anchor for artificial teeth, tooth bridges or other dental prostheses and comprises a screw body with an external thread.
  2. The distance between an input site and an output site for the golden thread is longer than the length of the needle used to implant the thread. (Web site)
  3. The actual dental implant is a metal screw designed to thread into the jawbone and allow for the attachment of a variety of prosthetic dental replacements.


  1. The type of the thread used, its construction, size and finishing influences the seam strength of the garment.
  2. Whenever it can be done, a warp thread of the garment should be used.


  1. Elaborately embroidered, the papal slippers are made by hand with red satin, red silk, and gold thread, and the soles are made of leather. (Web site)


  1. Life and death are common elements dealt with in the series, and it often feels as though the characters lives are hanging by a thread. (Web site)


  1. Crochet The word crochet describes the process of creating fabric from a length of cord, yarn, or thread with a hooked tool.
  2. About Rope Knots Regardless of your situation at some point in your life you'll encounter a thread, cord or rope knot.
  3. This particular thread and your three posts IN A ROW have obviosly struck a cord.

Blood Vessel

  1. Stent is a slender thread, rod or catheter inserted into a tubular structure such as a blood vessel to provide support during or after.


  1. Your doctor will put a thin tube (catheter) into a blood vessel in your arm, groin (upper thigh), or neck and thread it through your coronary arteries.
  2. A thin plastic tube called a catheter is used to thread the stent through the blood vessel. (Web site)
  3. The catheter is thread into the blood vessel and up to the site of a blockage, aneurysm, or tear. (Web site)


  1. Inside each tooth is the pulp which provides nutrients and nerves to the tooth, it runs like a thread down through the root.
  2. After filing down the tooth, he or she will use a piece of thread or cord to push the gum down around the tooth and then make an impression of the tooth.


  1. A sewing machine is a textile machine used to stitch fabric or other material together with thread. (Web site)
  2. The material of the fabric, the type of fabric weave, thread count, the pattern positioning, type of yarn and seam direction.
  3. Each thread stays on the same side of the material being sewn, interlacing with the other thread at each needle hole. (Web site)


  1. The servlet container guarantees that a particular request will be processed by a servlet on a single thread. (Web site)
  2. When you implement the SingleThreadModel interface, your servlet become a thread safe i.e It won't span the threads. (Web site)
  3. The problem with this approach is that the executing thread is consumed for the entire execution of the servlet. (Web site)

Virtual Machine

  1. AttachCurrentThread simply fails on Solaris (unless your code calls it from the main thread that created the Virtual Machine).


  1. His machine used an eye-pointed needle (with the eye and the point on the same end) carrying the upper thread, and a shuttle carrying the lower thread. (Web site)
  2. Thread A complementary or like thread is chosen for garment or project construction on a machine. (Web site)
  3. To machine a thread on (a screw, nut, or bolt). (Web site)

Train Man

  1. The poster, upon returning home, shared his experience with other posters in the thread and was eventually nicknamed "Densha Otoko" (Train Man). (Web site)


  1. There are two types of tension on your sewing machine - the thread and bobbin tensions.
  2. Regulate your tension as necessary for the type of fabric and thread; same for the pressure on your fabric. (Web site)

Nylon Rope

  1. Our designers use hemp or nylon rope and seize with thread to replicate the exact materials and methods used by seamen past and present.


  1. Pure silk thread is used on silks, chiffon, knits and light woolens. (Web site)
  2. Splendid patterns, silks, and dyes were used by the Damascus weavers, sometimes with the addition of gold or silver thread.


  1. Over a thousand step-by-step photographs bring smocking within the reach of anyone who can thread a needle. (Web site)


  1. When a thread invokes a method, the Jvm pushes a new frame onto the Java stack of the thread. (Web site)

Native Method

  1. The JVM is guaranteed to pass the same interface pointer to a native method when it makes multiple calls to the native method from the same Java thread.
  2. If the thread is executing a native method, then the contents of the PC register are undefined. (Web site)


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  3. Materials > Textiles > Fibers > Yarn
  4. Fabric
  5. Materials > Textiles > Fibers > Silk

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