But the specter of political violence continues to loom over Egypt.
There has been no reported reaction among the Iranian candidates to this statement, but it will loom large in the future.
Many feared his tragic finish at the 1988 Olympics would continue to loom over his career into the 1994 Lillehammer Games.
Some of the figures who loom largest in neoconservative history—Daniel Patrick Moynihan and Jeane Kirkpatrick—were non-Jews.
Jagged walls of rock, a palette of blacks and greys, loom over us.
Who is this man, this god of a nation, that he should loom so high?
They at least have a fixed date for the invention of the loom.
The size of the loom will depend on what you are working but we presume that it is a chain.
Then, without any command, you will ship the oar; in other words, drop the loom into the rowlock.
The heddle is of the greatest importance in the construction of the loom and it is well worth while to understand what it does.
weaving machine, Old English geloma "utensil, tool," from ge-, perfective prefix, + -loma, of unknown origin (cf. Old English andloman (plural) "apparatus, furniture"). Originally "implement or tool of any kind" (cf. heirloom); thus, "the penis" (c.1400-1600). Specific meaning "a machine in which yarn or thread is woven into fabric" is from c.1400.
1540s, "to come into view largely and indistinctly," perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. dialectal Swedish loma, East Frisian lomen "move slowly"), perhaps a variant from the root of lame (adj.). Early used also of ships moving up and down. Figurative use from 1590s. Related: Loomed; looming.