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single thread

[′siŋ·gəl ′thred]
(design engineering)
A screw thread having a single helix in which the lead and pitch are equal.
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It is deployed on server B, and uses single thread to receive a file.
The new aircraft introductions and technologies employed, coupled with the management of an aging fleet, requires a single thread approach towards business improvement.
hanging by a single thread of poetry, both still alive in their
What follows is a glorious tale, held by a single thread which is as funny as it is profound.
Bedecked with beads and hanging from a single thread, the strips radiate outward and downward to suspend a circular tube some six inches from the floor.
The single thread that runs through the whole of this years' festival
We're confident that we're not dependent upon any particular single thread, and we can continue to supply the Afghanistan effort," Ashton Carter, undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, told Reuters.
It is possible to follow a single thread through the entire book, though they do not recommend it, noting that the chapters demonstrate how a single idea in mathematics can lead in many different directions.
The Titan core is a superscalar, dual-issue, out-of-order core designed to achieve high single thread performance on a per clock basis.
ARMED with only a single thread of cotton beautician Chaitali Dharia can create the perfect arched eyebrow.
Moore was left to rue Tranmere's lack of killer instinct as a 3-1 defeat at Elland Road left their promotion ambitions hanging by a single thread.
It can take as little as one single thread or string from a parka or stand of loose hair for a person to become entangled in an open power takeoff shaft, according to the National Agriculture Database.