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  • n. Plural form of winder.

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Examples

  • It takes a little while to get the hang of using them, but they're excellent skein winders.

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  • You can get these things called winders, which have curvey bits at the top and bottom, but feel like real stairs.

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  • "And what do ye think," cried Mrs. McGinniss, as Mrs. Kelly stopped for breath, "the other night, when me an 'some frinds was comin' in for a quiet avenin ', we found my Ellen Addy had hauled the bed into the front room, an' she an 'the young ones was all asleep, an' up to the winders was my best petticut cut in two.

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  • Deeshrag to warsh winders … with wadder from da crick down da holler.

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  • In terms much more striking than any government minister – even a Lib Dem – would use today, he insisted: We sent the hat round ... amongst the workmen and winders of Derbyshire and Yorkshire, the weavers of the High Peak and the Scotsmen of Dumfries ... who all dropped in their coppers.

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  • We can keep talking about their conservative thoughts but deep down inside we know these ring winders are ALL fear mongering beasts.

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  • June 22nd, 2009 2: 01 pm ET jay do you actually think any one cares about what you say on the same website the right winders post on, shut up, quit gripping and get a real job

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  • The watch faces on the winders undulated all about her.

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  • They were watch winders, elegant boxes that opened to reveal velvet, er, whatchamacallits—things maybe?

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  • According to the UMass study, Ohio alone could produce almost 70,000 jobs -- opportunities for steelworkers, coil winders, and bearing makers who produce components to build wind turbines, electricians who install solar panels, and construction workers who retrofit buildings to cut energy use.

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