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It’s a title that twines usefully with the John Grisham novel, if only to suggest that the British monarchy is both organized and a crime — at least to the hopes, sensibilities and perhaps even the survivability of its occupants.
On the eve of the biggest game of the season, the Chiefs’ offensive line is being held together by duct tape, twine and good intentions.
Tie the parsley, thyme and bay leaf into a bundle with kitchen twine.
Today, that’s a no-no, because twine can get caught in conveyor belts and machinery, and the thin paper can rip.
The stainless steel blades can also tackle cardboard and twine as well as meat and veggies.
Henry Burns passed him the box, and with nervous fingers the banker broke the twine with which the boys had secured it.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
And I was fully dressed and it seemed as if all the tender parts of my body were tied up with twine.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
When the twine that holds your two-piece Rod together has been thoroughly wet, then when dry, and before using it again, wax well.
The lad "broke" each of the four pistols, picked up a piece of twine and strung them together through each trigger-guard.
Landing nets round or square, are made of strong silk or best water twine cord.

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