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noun as in lace

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Verlander threw sliders at the Mariners’ belt buckles, curveballs over their shoelaces and a general helping of high heat.

“If my shoelace comes untied, or if my angle is just one degree off, or if I’m fatigued, I won’t get anywhere close to that top speed,” speed skydiver Kyle Lobpries told the Times.

Telomeres are the caps on the ends of DNA strands, similar to the caps on shoelaces.

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When migrants are taken into CBP custody, their shoelaces, belts and other possessions are confiscated.

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During the course of a weekend in April, the co-founders of The Sidewalk School, Rangel-Samponaro and Victor Cavazos, handed out dozens of shoelaces to migrants living at Embajadores.

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Unlike the wrist-only Jawbone Up or Fitbit, the shoelace clip helps it recognize almost any movement.

Amiigo is a wrist and shoelace hardware combo, paired a smartphone app that crunches movement data in the cloud.

They drove to his home in South Los Angeles and had sex but shortly thereafter, he attempted to strangle her with a shoelace.

He had hanged himself with 550 cord, an all-purpose green string that looks like a shoelace and can hold 550 pounds.

Dr. Quink bent over and tied his shoelace once or twice before he replied.

On the driver's seat one's feet were on the shafts and one had a view of every rag and shoelace the harness was patched with.

One leg was thrown over the other knee, and the long, nervous fingers of the right hand played with the shoelace.

Rick balanced on one leg, one hand on Scotty's shoulder, the other hand fumbling with the shoelace on his lifted foot.

While Urquhart was playing his shoelace became loosened, and he stooped to tie it.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shoelace, such as: thread, band, cord, rope, thong, and tie.

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