Made from Japanese paper and thread, her rebozo is a critique of the condition of the planet and human behavior, the artist said.
But Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, continued to pursue the thread.
The knots were so plentiful that the thread stood up like a gnarled flagpole.
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For if you follow the thread back long enough, it begins to shred.
This will damage the thread and prevent the nut from turning loose.
Before sending to the table, remove the thread with which the chicken has been sewed.
How, he inquires, can we seize the thread of the progress of the human mind?
Before serving, remove the thread with which the cutlets have been tied.
Without apologising for this digression, we return to the thread of our tale.
Old English þræd "fine cord, especially when twisted" (related to þrawan "to twist"), from Proto-Germanic *thrædus (cf. Middle Dutch draet, Dutch draad, Old High German drat, German Draht, Old Norse þraðr), from suffixed form of root *thræ- "twist" (see throw). Meaning "spiral ridge of a screw" is from 1670s. Threads, slang for "clothes" is 1926, American English.
"to put thread through a needle," mid-14c., from thread (n.); in reference to film cameras from 1913. The dancing move called thread the needle is attested from 1844. Related: Threaded; threading.