chainette

chainette

[chā′net]
(invertebrate zoology)
In some cestodes, a longitudinal row of similar spines, usually with lateral winglike expansions, found near the base of the tentacles.
(mathematics)
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Make it in two lightweight chainette yarns in complementary tones of gray and you have the perfect accessory for year-round wear.
Contract award notice: Project management mission for the chainette weir rehabilitation project.
He is wearing cloth applique aprons and yoke trimmed in chainette fringe.
Generally speaking, it stands for a minimal energy state, and since such "minimal surfaces" are especially important in physics and chemistry, la chainette and the surface it generates when rotated turn up all over, as the catenoid of a soap bubble stretched between two loops or of the lipid bilayer in cell membranes; another such minimal surface is the helicoid of DNA.
New addition to the slick and stylish local Orange Tree gastropub chainette.
Both of these consequences are symbolically established: Salammbo's loss of virginity is evoked through the sexualized image of her broken chain ("Matho lui saisit les talons, la chainette d'or eclata .
Portofino's shiny offering include 18- and 13-inch pillow in framed, allover, chainette fringed and gold corded constructions.
The company noted that Culver's primary products are specialty threads including fine denier spooled nylon threads, rayon threads, and chainette threads.
Tender are invited for Project Management for the Rehabilitation Project for the Chainette Weir.
Be sure to use a chainette yarn for loft and warmth without the weight.
1), and this consists of three elements: sash material, Chainette fringe, and a pair of beaded tubes.
It's another of their joint Orange Tree ventures with M&B -a mini chainette which includes the Cock at Wishaw and, er, this one.