from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of thread.
- n. An ancient Eastern method for removing hair by means of a thread, which is rolled over the hair in order to pluck it out at the follicle level.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Forminga link with the windings of an electric circuit: said lines of force of a magnetic circuit passing through a coil of wire.
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Stafford was picked as the game's MVP, completing his performance by showing a nice touch in threading a 21-yard TD pass to Moreno late in the fourth quarter.
And some women use another pulling method, called threading, which is popular in Indian salons.
Well, a new shop in Ocala's Paddock Mall is offering a traditional Indian technique called threading that claims to be a less barbaric way to remove unwanted hair.
Although no one is arguing about whether multicore processors are here to stay, there is some debate about threading, which is the process of dividing a program into multiple tasks, or threads, that run in parallel.
Since we won't see anything from AMD's Bulldozer stable until the middle of next year at the earliest, not far from the first Sandy Bridge parts, tuning its six core parts for the extreme desktop may work well for AMD to grab some benchmark wins and, at least, effectively counter Intel's hyper-threading, which is helping Intel well in quite a few tests.
In the original SquirrelFish announcement, we described our use of direct threading, which is about the fastest form of bytecode intepretation short of generating native code.
It is relatively small and often ignored by the "Munro-Baggers" due to its status as a Corbett, yet, it is one of the most dramatic hikes in Scotland, culminating in an intricate move through a gap onto a ledge, known as threading the needle, to reach the central summit.
It makes it harder for "direct" exchange by getting rid of 'threading' ... was this a Good Thing, I wonder ...?
The answer is simple: Overcome "Hot Guy Phobia," (the fear of approaching handsome men who aren't noticing you), develop fun, non-threatening ice-breakers, use body language to draw him to you, learn the art of "threading" the conversation so you have a bottomless well of topics, build rapport and close the deal.
Tamlyn Baker pondered the problem for forty-five years, invented a new kind of threading machine, then died in obscurity.
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