winding sheet


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winding sheet

a sheet in which a corpse is wrapped for burial; shroud
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The magnetic behavior obtained is output directly to a winding sheet and an electric circuit (SPICE) model so the device can be manufactured and simulated.
Eventually in "The Winding Sheet," the interlocutors speak directly to the dilemma of deciding between heroic renunciation and epic warfare.
As soon as you open your mouth, the worm is in the winding sheet, which is why many celebrities have reinvented their everyday accent by undergoing a full manual evacuation of the vowels.
As she said in court: "Immediately there did appear to me six children in winding sheets .
The piece opens with a stage full of white-shrouded bodies, and, as Mercury sings, "It's a Beautiful Day," they stir and then dance, draping their winding sheets about them.