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heddle

[′hed·əl]
(textiles)
A twisted wire with an eye, attached to the harness to guide the warp threads.
One of the sets of parallel cords or wires composing the harness of a loom.
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Heddle hit a hat-trick for the Fifers as they came from behind to win 6- 2 at Tulliallan in the Stella Artois League on Saturday.
Anthony Harson, 21, Heddle Grove, Courthouse Green, Royal Navy officer "We are getting hit from everywhere at the moment with people being made redundant and people struggling to find jobs.
McIssac, last known address was Heddle Place, Anderston, Glasgow.
IAN HEDDLE gunned down Petershill as Kelty Hearts reached their first-ever Scottish Junior Cup final.
Shio Ma, aged 25, of Heddle Grove, Bell Green, Coventry, driving with incorrect licence, using a vehicle without insurance, failing to produce motoring documents, using a vehicle without a test certificate, fined pounds 610.
In the Whitbread Cup quarter-final, Kelty came from behind to beat St Andrews 2- 1, with Ian Heddle and Stevie Leighton grabbing the goals.
Last Tuesday's winner: Mr A Heddle, Aberdeen Calls to 5 CLUE LINES cost 60p/call (ROI [euro]1/call); to all FULL SOLUTIONS LINES cost 60p/min (ROI [euro]0.
Lisa Wilson, 28, of Heddle Grove, Bell Green, admitted stealing T-shirts worth PS80 from JD Sport and Adidas T-shirts worth PS175 from DW Sports.
While Guro carvers principally carved sacred masks, they also crafted smaller items such as weaving loom heddle pulleys as well as spoons and small chairs.
Council leader Steven Heddle said: "The visit of the Olympic Torch to the county was a momentous occasion and the Baton Relay may well have been bigger and better.
The raising of the heddle is said to be akin to ascending in this world after death; the lowering of the heddle as pushing all sin down with your Feet.
of Oxford, UK), Pamphilon, and Heddle present a 48-chapter guide to transfusion medicine for trainee and resident hematologists and clinical and scientific staff working in the field.