weaving


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weaving

a vice of stabled horses manifested by continuous and vigorous rocking from side to side with the head and neck, and to a less extent the trunk.
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So the voyagers examined the web of cloth which the beautiful woman had been weaving in her loom; and, to their vast astonishment, they saw their own figures perfectly represented in different colored threads.
See, I and my maidens have been weaving their figures into this piece of tapestry.
I expect that Shakespeare devised Iago with a gusto which he never knew when, weaving moonbeams with his fancy, he imagined Desdemona.
The plot which I was weaving against you, the storm which I was heaping up above your head, burst from me in threats and lightning glances.
Possibly in ten or twenty generations we might have worked up to the weaving of baskets.
It was a slow, clumsy, and costly way of weaving cloth, this cottage system of manufacture.
Think, also, of the ladies of the land weaving toilet cushions against the last day, not to betray too green an interest in their fates
All threading and knitting and weaving do their fingers understand: thus do they make the hose of the spirit!
But, as it is not unreasonable to suppose that I may have held its threads with a more continuous attention than anyone else can have given them during its desultory publication, it is not unreasonable to ask that the weaving may be looked at in its completed state, and with the pattern finished.
Users are also able to optimize the weaving pattern as well as the manufacturing processes necessary to produce it.
Now, as third-graders, they returned to weaving with yarn, but this time, they chose their color schemes and patterns.
Coloured ribbons were used to create and weave messages as a reference to Coventry's once important ribbon weaving trade which brought great prosperity to the city.