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piano wire

[pe′an·ō ‚wīr]
(metallurgy)
High-tensile-strength, 0.75 to 0.85% carbon steel wire cold-drawn to uniform thickness.
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From grand constructions made of piano wire to soft cloth medieval hats, the range of headwear needed for Die Meistersinger has truly stretched the skills of the milliners to the limits, but quality is never compromised, says Sue - despite certain physical hardships.
Insurgents are stringing piano wire across roads to try to decapitate any soldier above the roof canopy.
The piano wire SWP-B and stainless steel wire SUS304-WPB were used as the workpiece material.
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When the buck turns to watch, I draw, the longbow's string cutting into my gloved, cold-numbed fingers like a piano wire.
One of the tools he uses to mottle his canvas surfaces is piano wire.
The Canadians were hanged from meat hooks in the wall while being slowly choked by piano wire.
So they strung nearly invisible piano wire across the highways leading into Germany.
Come to think about it, I often wondered about my dad's unexplained fall down the basement stairs many years ago--especially after I found a roll of piano wire in my mother's sewing basket.
To link the pads, Purgue wound a tiny, tight coil of piano wire into a spring that would go over the frog's head.
The only available map of Diamond Lake was produced in 1946, using weights attached to piano wire and dropped into the lake in about 2,000 places.
KEANU REEVES is a serial killer who uses piano wire on gullible girls.