Thread

[yarn] Thread is a kind of yarn used for sewing. ==Materials== Thread is made from a wide variety of materials. Following table lists common materials, a general description and what they are supposed to be good for. If your machine will sew with the thread, any thread can used for just about any purpose. This is very useful for someone who...
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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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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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A strand of cotton / Parallel execution of code in a process / A conversation, details ...
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[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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a series of linked messages forming a discussion within a newsgroup that is all on the same subject - normally, a followup article will have the Subject line preceded with 'Re:' - for example, in the newsgroup comp.sys.acorn.hardware, there might be a thread with the subject line 'Re: Acorn's new machines'
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A helical projection of uniform section on the internal or external surface of cylinder or cone. Also, the operation of cutting a screw thread.Left Hand Thread A screw thread that is screwed in by rotating counterclockwise. Right Hand Thread A screw thread that is screwed in by rotating clockwise. Most threads are right handed. Symmetrical ThreadBo...
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Thread (thrĕd) noun [ Middle English threed , þred , Anglo-Saxon þrǣd ; akin to Dutch draad , German draht wire, thread, Old High German drāt , Icelandic þrāðr a thread, Swedish tråd , Danis...
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Thread transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Threaded ; present participle & verbal noun Threading .] 1. To pass a thread through the eye of; as, to thread a needle. 2. To pass or pierce through as a narro...
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1. A very small twist of flax, wool, cotton, silk, or other fibrous substance, drawn out to considerable length; a compound cord consisting of two or more single yarns doubled, or joined together, and twisted. ... 2. A filament, as of a flower, or of any fibrous substance, as of bark; also, a line of gold or silver. ... 3. The prominent part of the...
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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

• (n.) A very small twist of flax, wool, cotton, silk, or other fibrous substance, drawn out to considerable length; a compound cord consisting of two or more single yarns doubled, or joined together, and twisted. • (v. t.) To pass or pierce through as a narrow way; also, to effect or make, as one`s way, through or between obstacles; to t...
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(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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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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The name for a series of newsgroup or electronic discussion group postings relating to one specific issue.
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thread, a fine twist of fibrous material, distinguished from yarn in general by being smoother, stronger, and more pliable; it is also better suited to sewing, embroidery, and lace making. Sewing or spool cotton is made by twisting several fine strands into three-cord or six-cord thread, the latter ...
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Thread

Thread is a measure of cotton equivalent to fifty-four inches (137 cm).
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Type: Term Pronunciation: thred Definitions: 1. A fine strand of suture material. 2. A filamentous structure.
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In computing, subject line of electronic messages within an online topic or conference. Most online conferencing systems use some kind of threading; one advantage is that it makes it easy for readers of a particular conference or forum to skip over sections that do not interest them. Threading is an important feature of off-line readers, as...
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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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[computing] In computer science, a thread of execution is the smallest sequence of programmed instructions that can be managed independently by a scheduler (typically as part of an operating system). The implementation of threads and processes differs from one operating system to another, but in most cases, a thread is a component of a proc...
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A complementary or like thread is chosen for garment or project construction on a machine. The bobbin should be wound of the same type of thread or the exact same thread whenever possible, to prevent knotting, bunching, etc. The first step for most sewing machine trouble shooting is to change the thread and needle. When hand sewing with one thread,...
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