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thrum

Textiles
1. 
a. any of the unwoven ends of warp thread remaining on the loom when the web has been removed
b. such ends of thread collectively
2. a fringe or tassel of short unwoven threads
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Now I have changed to one that is a bit more sporty whose engine has that thrum thrum throaty sound going through the gears.
Also involved are special counsel Andrew Thrum (M&A) and Andrew Wright (Property).
though by the fourth, she might thrum with less heart.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 22, 2012-Aker Solutions unveils deal to buy Thrum Energy in Canada(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Country: CanadaSector: Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: Thrum Energy Inc Buyer: Aker Solutions ASAType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
But now that regal offspring appear to be mostly heterosexual, there's not much of a market in this added-value service, so we workers at the publicity coalface thrum on with the life ordinary, waiting for the occasional ray of sunshine to break through.
The thrum of the engine adds tremendously to its appeal.
Carbon Climate Law Review" is a quarterly journal designed to be a discussion thrum for the "challenges of implementation" of new climate policies and to help ensure the "smooth operation" of the associated regulatory framework.
Rain stirs clover and rot, rouses the beehive's thrum,
The predominant system in Fagopyrum, self-incompatibility, was first discovered by Darwin (1877) and belongs to the sporophytic system (Dahlgren, 1922) expressed in the pin and thrum flower type.
When you knit using thrum it's called, you got it, "thrumming.
The innovention concept, which is designed to be an efficient and economical business thrum, will feature several activities, including: information exchanges about new products, ingredients and services; learning opportunities for industry professionals; an industry showcase for new and junior professionals; tabletop exhibits for member and non-member companies; a poster session on scientific and technical advances in the industry and a theater area for technical presentations.