There is no shortcut available, footedness and hair whorl
Teleoconch of 7 whorls
; first 4 whorls
with axial varices, ~10 in 4th whorl
, gradually disappearing after 6th whorl
; among varices 5-6 weak cords slightly protruding when crossing varices in the first 2 whorls
The offer includes chicken drumsticks, salmon grills, chorizo-style sausage whorls
Kim thinks the polymers could improve existing fingerprinting, which analyzes impressions left by finger ridges' loops, arches and whorls
The map reveals magnetic field lines running parallel to the plane of the Galaxy, as well as great loops and whorls
associated with nearby clouds of gas and dust.
Their topics include the emergence of the Ghassulian textile industry in the southern Levant Chalcolithic Period about 4500-3900 BC, the crescent shaped loom weight as evidence for technology and palace economy in Middle Bronze Age Anatolia, considering the finishing of textiles based on neo-Sumerian inscription from Girsu, tapestries in the Bronze and Early Iron Ages of the Ancient Near East, and the whorls
from Ugarit at the Musee d'Archeologie Nationale and at the Louvre.
It's about 9 inches in diameter, about half the size of the largest tooth whorls
The distinctive "squash blossom" hair whorls
indicate that these four maidens are all eligible for courtship, a concept reinforced by the presence of the woven basket.
One way to estimate the age of a pine is to count the number of whorls
The existence of developed crafts of cloth weaving and dyeing in the Indus Valley five thousand years ago has been proved by the discovery of spindle whorls
, bobbins, and a dyer's workshop at Mohenjodaro".
It might be expected that spindles and spindle whorls
would have been used to make the threads employed in early textiles (e.
Adults may deposit clusters of 10-500 eggs throughout the plant canopy, but often prefer to oviposit in the lower two-thirds of cotton plants or in the whorls
of corn or sorghum.