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THREAD. A figurative expression used to signify the central line of a stream or water course. Harg. Tracts, 5; 4 Mason's Rep. 397; Holt's R. 490. Vide Filum aguae; Island; Water course; River.

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Diferente do site Threadless, que pede o envio de designs e organiza a votacao neles para selecao dos melhores, o YouTube nao solicita nenhum tipo de acao e nem define regras para avaliacao ou selecao de submissoes.
Just as the poet of 'From Blank to Blank' experiences a difference from herself, as she 'pushed' her 'mechanic feet' along her threadless way, so here the poet feels a vast distance from herself in the very signs she has for herself--the signs with which she gives a portion of herself away.
Duo Security provides cloud-based two-factor authentication to thousands of organizations worldwide, including Facebook, Etsy, Random House, Paramount Pictures, Box, Toyota, Yelp, and Threadless. For more, visit www.duosecurity.com.
* Threadless stainless steel support-stand feet--no exposed threads eliminates potential harbor points
(PRG) has partnered with Threadless, a global design company recognized for its unique T-shirts, to bring the former's community-driven artwork to retailers by way of a new line of greeting cards.
Following Dell's lead, other companies started producing products on-demand, such as travel bags (Timbukz), shoes (Nike) and shirts (Threadless).
The SMPS furthers SV's threadless designs of push-on and blindmate connectors and is capable of frequencies exceeding 100 GHz.
Parature's client base includes some 500 companies and agencies such as Ask.com, the US Environmental Protection Agency, IBM (NYSE:IBM), Saba Software (OTCMKTS:SABA), Tagged Inc and Threadless. The company's services are being used by 70 million users across the globe, Microsoft said further.
He inked a deal with Threadless, the Web-based brand famous for its crowdsourced T-shirt designs.
Coupled with a passion for open-source software, Reed made his name with (http://www.threadless.com/) Threadless , a clothing company totally funded through crowd-sourcing.