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No one never comin' near an' tangles o' trees an' roses to build in.
I pushed through a tangle of tall white-flowered bushes, and saw him twenty paces beyond, looking over his shoulder at me and hesitating.
Simultaneously the tangle underwent a violent upheaval.
Achaearanea tesselata built only at night, held its dragline with one leg IV during tangle construction, doubled new lines it attached to the substrate, used existing thread lines as scaffolding to expand the web, and did not break and reel lines during tangle and sheet construction.
a rough "fit" to the difference between Mossy and Tangle in
Chinese customs authorities have banned the import of 900 kilograms of tangle from Japan, on grounds that the Japanese seaweed contains mercury residues that exceed China's safety standards, the Chinese media said Tuesday.
Uncrushed sprue runners or castings can tangle, which causes jamming in the charge handling equipment.
Eventually, they gravitate to a downed tangle of tree limbs (sculpted by Judd Weisberg); later, he hoists the tangle in a slippery epiphany of fitful stasis.
Furry nestled lion cubs turn into a furious tangle of chasing, pouncing, ear gnawing, and tail chomping.
That AWK script became SPIDER, a program that turns language descriptions into C code for TANGLE and WEAVE.
Elsewhere, youngsters had great fun in the Tangle play space in the Hippodrome Dock at the back of the theatre.
com)-- A simple yet effective new product designed to effectively address a common problem related to the use of weed eaters, the Tangle Preventer, has been developed by Frank Adams of Gray, Tennessee.