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“She was surrounded by down pillows and spider-silk linens.”
“In the late 19th century, Madagascar's French colonial government encouraged spider-silk weaving, and spider-silk bed hangings were exhibited in Paris.”
“This month, a V&A exhibition showcases the cape, as well as objects telling the remarkable history of spider-silk weaving.”
“Snowfire built up the framework of the Gate with power spun from her own resources; she was connected to the Gate by a scintillating cord of energy, multicolored and shining, energy that spun out from her like spider-silk, and came to rest in a continuously shifting pattern laid over the arch.”
“Syl descended from the dark of the theater flies on a thread of unseen spider-silk.”
“Approaches being tried include deriving fiber from the milk of transgenic goats with an extra spider-silk gene and adapting silk produced by other insects, such as silkworms.”
“Leaning back, he extended his arm straight up and fired a wide dispersal of metal spider-silk streamers around him.”
“The spider-silk fabric, the dioramas, the artifacts from so many different cultures...how a horn spoon is made...did you know?”
“Other recipients include a biomedical scientist, a blues musician, a forensic anthropologist, an inventor and a spider-silk biologist.”
“Like the skirt and tunic Camille was wearing, my clothes were woven from spider-silk and would keep me warm and yet leave me free to glide through the undergrowth without a problem.”
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