- See needless. (Wiktionary)
““Like a waking limb, pins and needles, pins and needles ””
“A light breath of air blew from the south, nipping the exposed portions of their bodies and driving the frost, in needles of fire, through fur and flesh to the bones.”
“She walked around the circle, showing one of the tiny, thin needles to each volunteer.”
“Le Guin needles Margaret Atwood about her insistence on not writing science fiction.”
“What is the proper way to dispose of insulin needles??”
“Remove the needles from the rosemary twig and chop them finely.”
“A timely story, Arya, as yesterday as I was donating blood I wondered (not being trained in needles) how much harder it is to find a vein in an arm if there is more subcutaneous fat at the inner elbow (the “crelbow” as my husband calls it - crook of the elbow).”
“But that makes for some pretty thin needles in a very large haystack.”
“And yet, getting stuck with needles is a part of growing up, because vaccinations, unpleasant as they momentarily are, are far less unpleasant than the diseases they help prevent.”
“After Pettersson's arrival in Vienna, polonium sources, spent radon needles from the neighboring hospitals, and photographic plates lay around the workbenches and occupied the interest of the experimenters.”
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