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It was a judge of knots because it had a habit of tying up unfortunate blue-bottles.
But I am persuaded that the knots would have proved indigestible, whatever you may urge to the contrary.
Then madame, with her teeth set, tied a very terrible knot indeed.
And as Madame Defarge moved on from group to group, all three went quicker and fiercer among every little knot of women that she had spoken with, and left behind.
Beyond the pit stood the little wedge of people with the white flag at its apex, arrested by these phenomena, a little knot of small vertical black shapes upon the black ground.
The two simplest and strongest line-to-snap, line-to-split ring, or line-to-lure knots for monofilament and fluorocarbon are the Palomar and the Trilene.
Studying two different ways to tie knots in shoe laces, one of which is weak and the other strong, the team found both those knots come undone, albeit at different time scales.
Knot Theory and Its Applications: ICTS Program on Knot Theory and Its Applications
7 Umbilical cord true knots during the second trimester are a very rare cause of abortions7 though it is said that its presence during the third trimester and labour is not associated with increased perinatal morbidity and mortality.
The classifier is employed for classifying seven different types of knots, including leaf knot, encased knot, dry knot, edge knot, horn knot, sound knot and decayed knot.
whether two knots (links) are equivalent or not especially whether a knot is equivalent to its mirror image or not.
FullA[degrees]Windsor knots go best with longer and wider ties.