Thread

Thread is slang for to have sexual intercourse.
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Thread

Thread is slang for to have sexual intercourse.
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Thread

1. One of several paths of execution inside a single process or context. Threaded programs allow background and foreground action to take place without the overhead of launching multiple processes or inter-process communication. Also known as Light Weight Processes. 2. A series of supposedly related articles posted to one or more Usenet newsgroups....
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thread

[n] - a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc.) used in sewing and weaving 2. [v] - pass a thread through
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Thread

A chain of articles or messages posted in response to an originating article or message.
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thread

yarn noun a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc.) used in sewing and weaving
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thread

(from the article `computer science`) Designing software as a group of cooperating processes has been made simpler by the concept of `threads.` A single process may contain several ...
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thread

tightly twisted ply yarn having a circular cross section and used in commercial and home sewing machines and for hand sewing. Thread is usually ... [2 related articles]
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Thread

The name for a series of newsgroup or electronic discussion group postings relating to one specific issue.
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Thread

Thread is a measure of cotton equivalent to fifty-four inches (137 cm).
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thread

Type: Term Pronunciation: thred Definitions: 1. A fine strand of suture material. 2. A filamentous structure.
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thread

To direct the ball through a narrow opening
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Thread

To coax the ball through a tight gap.
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Thread

A length of fibers spun together or aligned along their length to form a thin strand.
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THREAD

A small hole in the rock that goes in at one point and comes out at another
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Thread

A helical projection of uniform section on the internal or external surface of cylinder or cone. Als
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Thread

A helical projection of uniform section on the internal or external surface of cylinder or cone. Als
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