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  • 1 twist together — phr verb Twist together is used with these nouns as the object: ↑strand …

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  • 2 twist|er — «TWIHS tuhr», noun. 1. a person or thing that twists. 2. a person whose occupation is to twist together the ends of the yarns of the new warp to those of that already woven. 3. a mechanical device for spinning yarns, and the like. 4. a ball… …

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  • 3 twist — I. v. a. 1. Twine, twist together. 2. Writhe, contort, complicate, convolve, crook spirally. 3. Wind, wreathe, encircle. 4. Form, weave, make up. 5. [Used reflexively.] Wind in, insinuate. II. n. Convolutio …

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  • 4 Twist and Shout — «Twist and Shout» Сингл The Isley Brothers Сторона «А» Twist and Shout Сторона «Б» Spanish Twist Выпущен 16 июня 1962 Формат 7 Записан 1 …

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  • 5 Twist — Twist, n. 1. The act of twisting; a contortion; a flexure; a convolution; a bending. [1913 Webster] Not the least turn or twist in the fibers of any one animal which does not render them more proper for that particular animal s way of life than… …

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  • 6 Twist drill — Twist Twist, n. 1. The act of twisting; a contortion; a flexure; a convolution; a bending. [1913 Webster] Not the least turn or twist in the fibers of any one animal which does not render them more proper for that particular animal s way of life… …

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  • 7 Twist Phelan — [http://www.twistphelan.com] is the critically acclaimed author of the Pinnacle Peak mystery series, published by Poisoned Pen Press [http://www.poisonedpenpress.com] . Biography Twist received her bachelor and law degrees from Stanford… …

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  • 8 Together Again (Ray Charles album) — Together Again / Country and Western Meets Rhythm and Blues Studio album by Ray Charles Released …

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  • 9 twist´ed|ly — twist|ed «TWIHS tihd», adjective. 1. formed by or as by twisting strands together: »a twisted cord, twisted columns. 2. bent by twisting; forced awry; distorted. 3. Figurative. perverted; warped: »a twisted mind. Hitler had a twisted personality …

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  • 10 twist|ed — «TWIHS tihd», adjective. 1. formed by or as by twisting strands together: »a twisted cord, twisted columns. 2. bent by twisting; forced awry; distorted. 3. Figurative. perverted; warped: »a twisted mind. Hitler had a twisted personality …

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  • 11 Twist ending — A twist ending or surprise ending is an unexpected conclusion or climax to a work of fiction, and which often contains irony or causes the audience to reevaluate the narrative or characters. A twist ending is the conclusive form of plot twists.… …

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  • 12 twist — twistable, adj. twistability, n. twistedly, adv. twistingly, adv. /twist/, v.t. 1. to combine, as two or more strands or threads, by winding together; intertwine. 2. to form by or as if by winding strands together: Several fibers were used to… …

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  • 13 twist — /twɪst / (say twist) verb (t) 1. to combine, as two or more strands or threads, by winding together; intertwine. 2. to combine or associate intimately. 3. to form by or as by winding strands together. 4. to entwine (one thing) with or in another; …

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  • 14 twist — twist1 S3 [twıst] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move)¦ 2¦(bend)¦ 3¦(wind)¦ 4¦(turn)¦ 5¦(road/river)¦ 6¦(words)¦ 7 twist your ankle/wrist/knee 8 twist and turn 9 twist somebody s arm ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1300 1400; …

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  • 15 twist — 1 verb 1 BEND (T) to bend and turn something several times, especially in order to make something or to tie it to something: twist sth into/around etc: She twisted the wire into the shape of a star. 2 MOVE (I) to turn a part of your body around… …

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  • 16 twist — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, probably from Middle Dutch twisten, from twist twine, discord, quarrel; akin to Old English twist (in candeltwist candlesnuffers, mæsttwist twin support for a mast), Middle English twisten to be forked, Middle… …

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  • 17 Twist and Shout — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Twist and Shout (homonymie). Twist and Shout Chanson par The Beatles extrait de l’album Please Please Me Sortie …

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  • 18 twist — [[t]twɪst[/t]] v. t. 1) to combine, as two or more strands or threads, by winding together; intertwine 2) to form by or as if by winding strands together 3) to entwine (one thing) with another 4) to wind or coil (something) about something else… …

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  • 19 Twist per inch — TPI (twists per inch or turns per inch) is a term used in the textile industry. It measures how much twist a yarn has, [Kadolph, Sara J., ed.: Textiles , 10th edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007, ISBN 0 13 118769 4, p. 197] and can be calculated …

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  • 20 Twist-on wire connector — Close up of a set of twist on wire connectors …

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