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thread

(thred),
1. A fine strand of suture material.
2. A filamentous structure.
[M.E., fr. A.S. thraed]

thread

(thrĕd)
1. Any thin filamentous structure (e.g., a stringy substance present in the urine in some infectious diseases of the urinary tract).
2. Suture material.
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Due to shortage of vicral thread, the hospital administration is using fake string, which is harmful for the patient's lives as original vicral thread automatically dissolve in the body after some time, but the fake thread remains for long time and create many other complications inside the body.
To create a thread a Twitter follow these steps:
Twitter users can also add more tweets to their published thread with the new 'add another tweet' button.
Therefore, the XT thread design employed in the Vector Rod System enables many performance and reliability benefits leading to major overall cost savings in the drilling cycle.
The thread is incorporated in the 5,000 ruble banknote and combines nano and diffractive structures with interference to give an overt visual effect.
When NPT threads are fully assembled without a sealant they leave a spiral leak path at the thread root/crest.
Then, use the same outer thread, knot twice on the next thread over.
Fold the threads in half (so you have a bunch of 8 threads) and tie a knot at the folded end to form a small loop big enough to fit your finger through.
Now make two left-hand knots with the blue thread around the yellow thread, and again two knots with the blue thread around the green thread.
You are likely to quickly encounter problems using a conventional single threaded CPU if you schedule tasks with disparate event rates and activity patterns on a single thread using a common OS.