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“While the term Thread and threading have referred to the concept of spawning”
“Thread" is presumably bloggers 'jargon and has a meaning to insiders; "comment" is a word known to many English speakers even those who are not literary critics ..”
“Thread' is not so much 'bloggers' jargon 'as it is a common internet term.”
“In the last fortnight, a desperate me set about agent-hunting in the US and UK again, and surprise of all surprises, I got requests for 33 partials and fulls in just 10 days which, people in the industry tell me, and you can check out the Absolute Write Ask The Agent Thread, is a record of sorts.”
“The answer to the headline of this Story/Topic/Thread is out there if you have searching skills without filtering the results.”
“Thread is being locked, mainly because it's getting too long for me to read easily ...”
“Thread is about ended, I’m sure, but justnote not wanting the government to forbid it =/= “espousing a lifestyle””
“If you have an account, join the group and add your input to the discussions Gamertag Thread and What Night to Game Thread.”
“We told them to take the Istri Walk, but they didn't want to take the extra mey, all the way to the river, you know, and then north, not when the Thread is a decent track wide enough to handle sturdy wagons.”
“These thoughts accompanied him as he flew sweeps into up-country Low Haldia, as the company labored along the track called the Thread through increasingly rugged country with ten wagons, their carters, guards, hirelings, and a few slaves to be sold in the up-country markets.”
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