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tan·gle

(tan'gĕl),
A small irregular knot.

tangle

[tang′gəl]
a dense mass of interlacing of fibers, sometimes appearing as a loose knot, such as intraneural fibrillary tangle.
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The Generals and the Knights tangle in the opener at noon.
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Specifically, about a third of the cases showed tangle pathology years after a single TBI, similar in appearance to the tangles found after repetitive TBI and in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.
Some 20 times as massive as the linear form, the newly patented compound doesn't tangle, leaving PVC as flexible as if it were made with DEHP, Choi reported.
Separate the hairs, starting from the bottom/edge and working up into the tangle.