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tan·gle

(tan'gĕl),
A small irregular knot.
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No one never comin' near an' tangles o' trees an' roses to build in.
I pushed through a tangle of tall white-flowered bushes, and saw him twenty paces beyond, looking over his shoulder at me and hesitating.
Simultaneously the tangle underwent a violent upheaval.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 2, 2019-: IOTA's Tangle: Redefining Blockchain, Going Beyond the Crypto Economy
It was a major tangle. The elders intervened and the 'peecha' (contest) was avoided to protect democracy.
at Filoil Flying V Centre where Lyceum of the Philippines and Adamson tangle with separate foes which could mean the solo Group B lead.
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Here, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director of industrial obsolete parts supplier, EU Automation, explains how blockchain and the tangle differ and what both can do to improve manufacturing practice.
Among various types of textures, tangle is a new form of abstract textures.
Replete with hilarious twists on collective nouns, "A Tangle of Brungles" is a charmingly entertaining and collaboratively produced picture book for children ages 6 to 8 by the team of author Shobha Viswanath and illustrating artist Culpeo S.
* A brush or comb works best for large tangles. Separate the hairs, starting from the bottom/edge and working up into the tangle.
D-Tangle has made its debut at GITEX Technology Week 2017 asking the question: if headphones always tangle and shoelaces always untie, why don't we make shoelaces out of headphones and vice-versa?