Oraciones con la palabra "yarn"

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  1. This is yarn for the wife.
  2. Grover-that snipping of the yarn.
  3. Quiet, boy, let me spin this yarn.
  4. A yarn girl walked in and saw the two.
  5. I can guess what a yarn he's been spinning.

  6. Now, Bunger boy, spin your part of the yarn.
  7. Begad, sir! I could spin you a yarn for hours.
  8. Georgey, there’s some yarn there, and another.
  9. Burr's own children wearing things made of such yarn.
  10. Those resources, he told his men, are woven into a yarn.
  11. Why have you thrown everything about? Where's the yarn?
  12. Bast wadded up her bal of yarn and tossed it down the steps.
  13. She had heard some rumors about him from the yarn girls but.
  14. The middle one took out her scissors, and she cut the yarn.
  15. But he gave me yarn and twigs for setting Leode’s broken wing.

  16. I came back out with the yarn and needles, and handed them to her.
  17. The lady in the middle held an enormous basket of electric-blue yarn.
  18. List to the yarn, as my grandmother's father the sailor told it to me.
  19. Yarn is thus a scale, a yardstick, to measure one's capacity for ac-.
  20. There, now I think you are in position to appreciate the yarn that Mr.
  21. You will need a piece of thick string or yarn about 9 or 10 inches long.
  22. During these discussions, he would find time to spin cotton in to yarn.
  23. Dodds, or the sound of that old fruit lady’s shears snipping the yarn.
  24. It was dreadfully coarse yarn and all knots, and I never saw any of Mrs.
  25. Madge had arranged for the wool to be cleaned, sorted and spun into yarn.

  26. I received a box of ugly green yarn and my first pair of knitting needles.
  27. The Woven Dralon®: A continuous yarn that goes in and out of fabric backing.
  28. Grandma stopped rocking and looked at the needles and the pattern of bright yarn.
  29. Dodds and the three old ladies with the yarn, but I thought it would sound stupid.
  30. If he didn't think that most of us are fools he wouldn't tell us such a yarn as that.
  31. Recreation with the community included spinning yarn and doing mending as they chatted.
  32. She glared back inside to the girl tied to the table with some fine yarn facing Massie.
  33. Such fabrics consist of tufts of yarn that have been punched through a backing material.
  34. His first Westerns were soundly rejected as lacking the authenticity of a Max Brand yarn.
  35. Thus, a great yarn, and a continued friendship, amongst the specialized branches of the US.
  36. Jutta blinked at Werner with wet eyes, pulling at the battered loops of yarn in her sweater.
  37. The middle one cut the yarn, and I swear I could hear that snip across four lanes of traffic.
  38. The spinning of linen yarn is carried on in Scotland nearly in the same way as the knitting of.
  39. When did you say that it would open? Dryan asked then covering his mouth a yarn escaped him.
  40. Cool, Wash said, trying and utterly failing to fathom the net of yarn wrapped around his wrist.
  41. It was an arduous task, like rewinding a ball of yarn while putting the pieces of a puzzle together.
  42. And do not be like her who unravels her yarn, breaking it into pieces, after she has spun it strongly.
  43. She will find that she will not be able to cheat the Methodist parson out of HIS salary with bad yarn.
  44. Conley had plenty of time to yarn, and was mildly interested in some vague details of Lester’s family tree search.
  45. A hood covered the head of the image in the pool, a tattered shred of cloth sown together with what appeared to be yarn.
  46. The fact that there were tassels made of red yarn tied onto the tips of the yak’s horns did not fool anyone for a moment.
  47. She went and got the lump of lead and fetched it back, and brought along a hank of yarn which she wanted me to help her with.
  48. He brought that old yarn back with him from Carrington’s yesterday, I suppose, he sneered, jerking his head toward Hastings.
  49. Barrington, who seldom spoke and was an ideal listener, was appropriated by several men in succession, who each told him a different yarn.
  50. Foreign materiais are, upon this account, sometimes allowed to be imported duty-free; spanish wool, for example, flax, and raw linen yarn.
  51. Consider, I say, this fish o' the sea; it has no loom or yarn to spin, yet no king in all his glory could be decked out in all its finery.
  52. And there he is now, he added, the same fellow, pulling the skin with his fingers, some special knack evidently, and he laughing at a yarn.
  53. Elia Kazan’s yarn was that Marilyn broke into the house the night before the service and kept vigil till morning beside Johnny’s coffin.
  54. As a rule he would have merely shouted down the doubt as to Kapiton, told a long yarn about his friend, and eventually retired upstairs to his room.
  55. She looked up over the edge of the couch, and said, After you put your things away, bring me the yarn you got for your birthday, as well as the needles.
  56. Sharnie lived a rather urban lifestyle for these parts, spinning lots of yarn in the weaving barn and spending the proceeds on cooks and cups around the pond.
  57. How did I make it? Why you just take a cross of wood and wind it with yarn and let it hang overnight in a solution of alum and water, and in the morning it’s all crystal.
  58. He could not be above seventeen, was ruddy, well featured enough, with uncombed flaxen hair, a little flapped hat, kersey frock, yarn stockings, in short, a perfect plough boy.
  59. Considering he is the only cat we’ve ever known who has run in fear of a dangling length of brightly colored yarn, we can only surmise that someone must have tried to hang him.
  60. If the `job' was at an empty house, Misery's yarn was that it was let! the people were coming in at the end of the week! therefore everything must be finished by Wednesday night.
  61. This finished yarn is used to create the layer which offers key technical attributes which include that it is breathable, anti-microbial, offers thermal regulation and is durable.
  62. The stories are deliberately told, a little too much so, perhaps, for sustained interest, though it is to be remembered that an old sailor cannot be hurried while he is spinning a yarn.
  63. That man Bayliss in Systems Programming, for example, has no Accounting background but he’s proved he’d be an ideal acquisition: you don't suppose I could have an unofficial yarn with him?
  64. He poured liquor on a pile of newspapers by the upholstered chair, into a basket of yarn, doused the Meachams’ hair and their clothing, Meacham shouting against the sock in his mouth, starting to gag.
  65. As her thoughts continued to drift, she turned her attention to the island, noting the gnarled remnants of tree stumps, gray and salt-coated, their roots twisting like frayed yarn on a loosely twined ball.
  66. Peter told her, rather late, that the material would soak up dye more completely if she worked with the yarn before it was woven, or even with raw fleeces; and that improved the shade, but not the fastness.
  67. In the different operations, however, which are necessary for the preparation of linen yarn, a good deal more industry is employed, than in the subsequent operation of preparing linen cloth from linen yarn.
  68. When she had gone away, looking so proud and happy, the poor little thing, I remembered that all I had to wear were the horrid red and blue things Aunt Martha knit last winter for me out of some yarn that Mrs.
  69. By encouraging the importation of foreign linen yarn, and thereby bringing it into competition with that which is made by our own people, they endeavour to buy the work of the poor spinners as cheap as possible.
  70. Woollen yarn and worsted are prohibited to be exported, under the same penalties as wool even white cloths we subject to a duty upon exportation; and our dyers have so far obtained a monopoly against our clothiers.
  71. There is yarn, she knows, that connects it, that has not been chewed by kittens or puppies or any of the magical things in the world, and it is this yarn that has not been touched by the witches—by the evil kids and all their ditches.
  72. Then the fire caught upon the moving point of the needle while still it flashed; she watched the fire come along her fingers and arms and body, untwisting the yarn of her being so painstakingly tht she could see it in all its devilish beauty, yanking out the pattern from the material at hand.
  73. It cannot be packed in any box, barrel, cask, case, chest, or any other package, but only in packs of leather or pack-cloth, on which must be marked on the outside the words WOOL or YARN, in large letters, not less than three inches long, on pain of forfeiting the same and the package, and 8s.
  74. They were obliged to find additional means of support for their families: netting birds in the woods, trapping fish in the stream that ran through Brookfield, making belts or sandals from cheap leather offcuts, weaving cloth from yarn for Kingsbridge merchants, or poaching the king’s deer in the forest.
  75. Both the bounty upon the exportation of linen, and the exemption from the duty upon the importation of foreign yarn, which were granted only for fifteen years, but continued by two different prolongations, expire with the end of the session of parliament which shall immediately follow the 24th of June 1786.
  76. The prince, when he heard the story afterwards, felt that he had never yet come across so wonderful a humorist, or such remarkable brilliancy as was shown by this man; and yet if he had only known it, this story was the oldest, stalest, and most worn-out yarn, and every drawing-room in town was sick to death of it.
  77. Secondly, the use of several very ingenious machines, which facilitate and abridge, in a still greater proportion, the winding of the worsted and woollen yarn, or the proper arrangement of the warp and woof before they are put into the loom ; an operation which, previous to the invention of those machines, must have been extremely tedious and troublesome.
  78. To say nothing of the industry of the flax-growers and flaxdressers, three or four spinners at least are necessary in order to keep one weaver in constant employment; and more than four-fifths of the whole quantity of labour necessary for the preparation of linen cloth, is employed in that of linen yarn ; but our spinners are poor people; women commonly scattered about in all different parts of the country, without support or protection.
  79. I hoped they was going to say he could have one or two of the chains took off, because they was rotten heavy, or could have meat and greens with his bread and water; but they didn't think of it, and I reckoned it warn't best for me to mix in, but I judged I'd get the doctor's yarn to Aunt Sally somehow or other as soon as I'd got through the breakers that was laying just ahead of me—explanations, I mean, of how I forgot to mention about Sid being shot when I was telling how him and me put in that dratted night paddling around hunting the runaway nigger.
  80. As I kept passing and repassing the filling or woof of marline between the long yarns of the warp, using my own hand for the shuttle, and as Queequeg, standing sideways, ever and anon slid his heavy oaken sword between the threads, and idly looking off upon the water, carelessly and unthinkingly drove home every yarn: I say so strange a dreaminess did there then reign all over the ship and all over the sea, only broken by the intermitting dull sound of the sword, that it seemed as if this were the Loom of Time, and I myself were a shuttle mechanically weaving and weaving away at the Fates.
  81. It’s found in ammonia, anesthetics, antihistamines, artificial limbs, artificial turf, antiseptics, aspirin, auto parts, awnings, balloons, ballpoint pens, bandages, beach umbrellas, boats, cameras, candles, car battery cases, carpets, caulking, combs, cortisones, cosmetics, crayons, credit cards, curtains, deodorants, detergents, dice, disposable diapers, dolls, dyes, eye glasses, electrical wiring insulation, faucet washers, fishing rods, fishing line, fishing lures, food preservatives, food packaging, garden hose, glue, hair coloring, hair curlers, hand lotion, hearing aids, heart valves, ink, insect repellant, insecticides, linoleum, lipstick, milk jugs, nail polish, oil filters, panty hose, perfume, petroleum jelly, rubber cement, rubbing alcohol, shampoo, shaving cream, shoes, toothpaste, trash bags, upholstery, vitamin capsules, water pipes and yarn.
  82. For an hour she had watched Rhett hold the yarn Melanie was winding for knitting,.
  1. Anthony's got hold of you and been yarning to you about Alfy's collar, said Mrs.
  2. Hateful to think of sitting on a park bench yarning with other ancient citizens thirty or forty years down the road.
  1. Those several ideas that I yarned up to here, some of.
  2. They ordered a couple of beers and Tim yarned with the barman about brawls with the nightclub’s bouncers.
  3. We sat down and we drank and we yarned about old times, but the more he drank the less I liked the look on his face.
  1. Just looking over some old Story Club yarns.
  2. Nobody ever knew how these silly yarns got about.
  3. Anne likewise glanced up from her yarns and needles.
  4. Of course, _I_ know that half the yarns that are told about you ain't true.
  5. What dreary yarns padded out with inconsequential minutiae, populated by, or.
  6. Often, he spins entertaining yarns, adding dialects and jokes to his presentations.
  7. There are more yarns to be told, and other wounds to be healed, and another health to be drunk.
  8. With some justice, fishermen's yarns aren't to be trusted, but here's what a few of them relate.
  9. My circuitous route into Dale’s arms had been like one of those yarns about a stranger in town who.
  10. Do you think they are genuine? He could spin those yarns for hours on end all night long and lie like old boots.
  11. Belle set him to sorting yarns and threads for her blankets and rugs and stringing them on her traditional looms.
  12. Well, when I was up there I heard some yarns of the same kind—traditions of Indians and the like, but with somethin' behind them, no doubt.
  13. We've told yarns by the campfire in the prairies, and dressed one another's wounds after trying a landing at the Marquesas, and drunk healths on the shore of Titicaca.
  14. By experiment its one and fifty yarns will each suspend a weight of one hundred and twenty pounds; so that the whole rope will bear a strain nearly equal to three tons.
  15. Easton had chummed up with a lot of the regular customers at the `Cricketers', where he now spent most of his spare time, drinking beer, telling yarns or playing shove-ha'penny or hooks and rings.
  16. At first Tim following me around was not that annoying as it had been the same faces in the yard for a while and having some new stories to hear and someone who had not heard my yarns was a novelty.
  17. I adopted the attitude of the ―Show Me State‖ and took everything he told me with a grain of salt mindful of the fact that his propensity to spin yarns and play games with the screws and the man enabled his appointment with the executioner.
  18. There were in that ship's company three or four fellows who dealt in tall yarns, and I knew that on the passage out there had been a dispute over a game in the foc'sle once or twice of a rather acute kind, so that all card- playing had to be abandoned.
  19. At one extremity the rope was unstranded, and the separate spread yarns were all braided and woven round the socket of the harpoon; the pole was then driven hard up into the socket; from the lower end the rope was traced half-way along the pole's length, and firmly secured so, with intertwistings of twine.
  20. As I kept passing and repassing the filling or woof of marline between the long yarns of the warp, using my own hand for the shuttle, and as Queequeg, standing sideways, ever and anon slid his heavy oaken sword between the threads, and idly looking off upon the water, carelessly and unthinkingly drove home every yarn: I say so strange a dreaminess did there then reign all over the ship and all over the sea, only broken by the intermitting dull sound of the sword, that it seemed as if this were the Loom of Time, and I myself were a shuttle mechanically weaving and weaving away at the Fates.
  21. In yarns of youthful troopers gay,.

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