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Yarns and yarns, when seemingly I was gone in drink, I told my apparent cronies--men whom I despised, stupid dolts of creatures that they were.
Alec when Rose was there at work, the sewing-room was quite irresistible, and he made himself so agreeable that no one had the heart to drive him away, especially when he read aloud or spun yarns.
On her deck stood Kenneth and Ursula MacNair, and in her hand, as a most precious treasure, the bride carried a ball of gray homespun yarn.
And here I be, stranger,' she concluded her yarn, 'and here's the most precious thing I own.
The yarns of seamen have a direct simplicity, the whole meaning of which lies within the shell of a cracked nut.
The market experts said that the sudden jump in the cotton yarn counts was due to the import duty levied by the federal government on the import of yarn from India and other countries.
The second research titled World: Cotton Yarn Market Report.
Pakistan Yarn Merchants Association (PYMA) central chairman Qaisar Shamas, zonal chairman Akram Pasha and zonal vice chairman Adnan Zahid Butt said that PTI has given a call to close the city on December 8, but the yarn dealers' community unanimously rejected the strike call.
By using a specially designed collector composed of two perpendicular rotary metal discs, a nanofiber yarn could be formed when nanofibers were deposited between two grounded discs, while the disc rotation could introduce twist into yams [16, 17].
Wrap white yarn around the taped-down yarn pieces 20 times.
Add the yarn: Start by tying a knot in one end of your yarn and place the knot over the end of one of the nails.
Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Nicole Snow laughingly says, “Darn Good Yarn has hundreds of amazing yarns but a ridiculously small collection of patterns.