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- n. Plural form of string.
- n. Collectively, the stringed instruments in an orchestra.
- n. Conditions, especially undesirable ones.
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- n. the section of an orchestra that plays stringed instruments
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$strings = "microsoft. visualbasic.strings" - as [type] $forReading = 1
* @param mixed $strings a string or an array of strings to normalize
Two of them came from Campus Drive as the Nobles girls hockey and girls basketball team extended their title strings to 10 and six respectively.
A marionette on strings is about all he really deserves to be remembered as, although you do have to give him credit for being able to duck (flying shoes) pretty well for being such a lame one. — eddy
They were coated with ice; the thick German socks were like sheaths of iron half-way to the knees; and the mocassin strings were like rods of steel all twisted and knotted as by some conflagration.
As they came alongside the gangway of the cruiser, they saw launches and barges lying in strings to the boat-booms, filled with men, waiting for the rocket signal from the beleaguered hotels.
I dialed up some soft Latin strings on the sound system and moved to the bar to pour a shot of rum, gods it would be good not to come home to an empty house every day.
Is there not ONE Rethuglican elected official who has any brains and/or any balls and can think for themselves and not be suspended by strings from the Faux Noise and/or Rush Limbaugh thought process?
Learning how to write easily translatable strings is quite difficult.
String tail strings from a broken kite thin vines such as grape vine