of braid

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  • Both men and women followed a tradition of braiding coloured ribbons into their hair.
  • Like the grade of pilot officer, it uses a single thin strip of braid.
  • When she ran out of light she realized that she is capable of braiding light into silk threads.
  • Run on a straight line of braid for the lower edge, with fine stitches, working as shown from left to right. Cited from Beeton's Book of Needlework, by Isabella Beeton
  • In this style of braid start on top of the head and braid it till the end of the hair.
  • He was obviously doing his best to look like one who travelled in the interest of braid or buttons. Cited from The Sowers, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • Most of Braid's experiments were repeated, and in the main his results were confirmed. Cited from A History of Science, V 4, by Henry Smith Williams
  • Most of Braid's experiments were repeated, and in the main his results were confirmed. Cited from A History of Science, V 4, by Henry Smith Williams
  • The Royal Air Force also followed this example of braiding when developing their rank system (see flying officer).
  • Then strips of braid were laid on the chair back, crossing each other like a lattice. Cited from The Scientific American Boy, by A. Russell Bond
  • Her hand has been heavy, her whip one of braided scorpions, her rule emphatically of blood and iron. Cited from About Ireland, by E. Lynn Linton
  • Most of the area consists of a complex of braided river channels and sandy or muddy islands up to wide.
  • A soft crown of braid should be fitted over a wire crown and sewed in the same way. Cited from Make Your Own Hats, by Gene Allen Martin
  • Around his neck was tied the long Indian lariat made of braided deerskin, and therefore very strong. Cited from Three Boys in the Wild North Land, by Egerton Ryerson Young
  • The traditional tenkara line has a loop of braided line at its thicker end.
  • He watched her twist her fingers nervously together; she had forgotten to take off the little ring of braided grass. Cited from John Ward, Preacher, by Margaret Deland
  • For their sole distinction they made use of a small piece of braid on which they marked certain signs, and they attached this to both man and horse. Cited from China, by Demetrius Charles Boulger
  • If the braid is very wide it may seem best when covering a frame to cut and join the ends of the row of braid. Cited from Make Your Own Hats, by Gene Allen Martin
  • The end of a length of braid is placed over the soldered connections of a component being removed.
  • The young tribune drew that piece of braided silk from under his tunic. Cited from Vergilius, by Irving Bacheller
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