needle


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Women derive a pleasure, incomprehensible to the other sex, from the delicate toil of the needle.
Then they went up to make their request in due form, to the great delight of gentle Aunt Peace, who got quite excited with the fun that went on while they would yarn, looked up darning needles, and fitted out a nice little mending basket for her pupil.
Although nearly exhausted by her toil and the want of food, for Adrienne had eaten her last morsel, half a roll, at breakfast, she continued to toil; but the work was nearly done, and the dear girl's needle fairly flew.
Yes, a little--but not on land--and not with needles--' Alice was beginning to say, when suddenly the needles turned into oars in her hands, and she found they were in a little boat, gliding along between banks: so there was nothing for it but to do her best.
cried the Sheep, as she took up another pair of needles.
the Sheep cried angrily, taking up quite a bunch of needles.
said the Sheep, sticking some of the needles into her hair, as her hands were full.
When they came to the great lake they rowed across, and when they reached the three sharp swords they sat on the plough-wheel, and on the glassy mountain they stuck the three needles in.
All needles have basically the same parts, but the shapes and lengths of these various parts are what make each needle different.
Increasing prevalence of cardiovascular disorders and expanding aging demographics are the major drivers for the growth of global cardiovascular needle market.
Schmetz has taken out the mystery with their needle descriptions and color coding information.