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  • n. Plural form of spool.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spool.


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  • In addition, many reconstruction efforts are ensnarled in spools of red tape spawned by a bevy of old and new government procedures.

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  • Buying line in bulk spools is the most economical way.

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  • That's because the spool diameter of almost all skirted spools is less than the old-style counterparts of comparable overall size.

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  • Fortunately, most manufacturers label their spools with both characteristics, so you can read the fine print and shop intelligently for the smallest-diameter line that's still strong enough for your fishing.

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  • Stretched between the spools was a thin film, shiny black on one side, dull black on the other.

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  • There's still a hold-and-depress process to unlock the hydraulic spools, which is a bit of a pain.

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  • Four clothes baskets are required as well as a variety of objects of various sizes and kinds, such as spools of thread, pillows, books, matches, balls, pencils, umbrellas, pins, and so on.

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  • The RNA "spools" that make up DNA in our genes need careful editing, too.


  • The loan that she needs will be used to purchase the materials, such as spools of thread, at Masaya la Manila and in her community where the best prices are offered.

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  • It "spools" and is ready for access within about 2 seconds.

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