As part of the acquisition, the Twine
Health team will join Fitbit as part of its health solutions group.
He said that the police had so far arrested several kite flyers and recovered thousands of kites and twines
from their possession.
So, although dozens of inventors contributed to the invention of the twine
binder, none of them developed a really successful machine--until John Appleby, who therefore gets the credit.
The following notations are used to describe the TWINE
and its analysis.
Mark the center-front seam through the twine
loop to indicate the button placement.
machine spins the sisal fibers into a thin twine
Under the Catalyst Arts scheme, Twine
can access a maximum of PS64,000 over three years if its members can raise PS165,000.
Get a detailed picture of the Cordage, Rope, Twine
and Netting market;
Dangers of tying your horse to baler twine
While privileging the racial experiences of white mothers, Twine
analyses how white and black family members think about and experience race and racism, including the largely unrecognised caretaking practices used to counter racism, which she describes as constituting 'a form of racial labour' (p 5).
Yes, it is very good for holding twine
for tying in all the things that have been flattened by the rain but more importantly it makes a great little bag that ties around the waist and can also be worn over the shoulder as well.
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