kierre englanniksi   flute fi, swirl fi, hook fi, worm fi, spiral fi, twist fi, curl fi, fillet fi, lay fi, spin fi, swing fi


*: The breathing flutes soft notes are heard around.

: rfquotek|Simmonds

: I swirled my brush around in the paint.

*: The river swirled along.

*: Mr. Cameron had a respite Thursday from the negative chatter swirling around him when he appeared outside 10 Downing Street to denounce the murder a day before of a British soldier on a London street.

*: like slashing Bentley with his desperate hook

*: Or on a half-reapd furrow sound asleep,

*: Drowsed with the fume of poppies, while thy hook

*: Spares the next swath and all its twinèd flowers;

: The songs hook snared me.

: He is not handling this job, so were giving him the hook.

: He threw a hook in the dirt.

: Weve added "user-defined" codepoints in several places and careful definitions of what to do with unknown message types as hooks in the standard to enable implementations to be both backward and forward compatible to future versions of the standard.

: The heavyweight delivered a few powerful hooks that staggered his opponent.

*: Common diacritics in Slavonic language are the hook ? (as in ha?ek – Czech for ‘hook’) and the stroke ´ (robi? – Polish for ‘do/make’).

*: In Czech, palatalization is normally indicated by the symbol ?, called ha?ek or “hook.”

*: In detailing the proposed shortening of the Czech Republic to ?esko…the hook (hacek) erroneously appeared over the letter “e” instead of the “C”.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

: Hook the bag here, and the conveyor will carry it away.

: He hooked a snake accidentally, and was so scared he dropped his rod into the water.

: Shes only here to try to hook a husband.

: A free trial is a good way to hook customers.

: If you hook your network cable into the jack, youll be on the network.

: He had gotten hooked on cigarettes in his youth.

: I watched one episode of that TV series and now Im hooked.

: The opposing teams forward hooked me, but the referee didnt see it, so no penalty.

: I had a cheap flat in the bad part of town, and I could watch the working girls hooking from my bedroom window.

: ux|en|Dont try to run away, you little worm!

*: I am a worm, and no man.

*: The threads of screws, when bigger than can be made in screw plates, are called worms.

*: There came a viper out of the heat, and leapt on his hand. When the men of the country saw the worm hang on his hand, they said, This man must needs be a murderer.

*: Tis slander, / Whose edge is sharper than the sword, whose tongue / Outvenoms all the worms of Nile.

*: When Cerberus perceived us, the great worm, / His mouth he opened and displayed his tusks.

: ux|en|The worm of conscience still begnaw thy soul! — Richard III, [[w:Shakespeare|William Shakespeare]]

: ux|en|We wormed our way through the underbrush.

*: When debates and fretting jealousy / Did worm and work within you more and more, / Your colour faded.

: ux|en|He wormed his way into the organization

*: They find themselves wormed out of all power.

*: They...wormed things out of me that I had no desire to tell.

*: He nodded. "Mums the word, Mrs. Bunting! Itll all be in the last editions of the evening newspapers—it cant be kep out. Thered be too much of a row if twas!" ¶ "Are you going off to that public-house now?" she asked. ¶ "Ive got a awkard job—to try and worm something out of the barmaid."

: ux|en|Worm and parcel with the [[lay]]; turn and serve the other way.

*: Ropes...are generally wormed before they are served.

*: Inch by inch I wormed along the secret passageway, flat to the ground, not once raising my head, hardly daring to pull a full breathnb....

*: The men assisted the laird in his sporting parties, wormed his dogs, and cut the ears of his terrier puppies.

: The falling leaves spiralled down from the tree.

: You need to learn how to spiral a ball.

: Her debts were spiralling out of control.

*: Peter was always proud afterwards when he remembered that, with the Bargees furious fingers tightening on his ear, the Bargees crimson countenance close to his own, the Bargees hot breath on his neck, he had the courage to speak the truth.

*: "I wasnt catching fish," said Peter.

*: "Thats not your fault, Ill be bound," said the man, giving Peters ear a twist—not a hard one—but still a twist.

*: Not the least turn or twist in the fibres of any one animal which does not render them more proper for that particular animals way of life than any other cast or texture.

*: [He] shrunk at first sight of it; he found fault with the length, the thickness, and the twist.

*: the thrid / By griesly Lachesis was spun with paine, / That cruell Atropos eftsoones vndid, / With cursed knife cutting the twist in twaine [...].

*: Bunny sat on the only remaining stool at the leather-padded oval bar in the Iron Lounge. It was happy hour, two drinks for the price of one. She decided on a martini with a twist, and while the bartender was preparing her drink, she scanned the faces looking at the bar.

*: But here a twist in the stream brought us out from the bushes

: rfquotek|Chaucer

: rfquotek|Fairfax

*: (Dane, speaking about a woman character) "Ill see where the twist [[flop]]s"

: ux|en|Damascus twist

: a twist toward fanaticism

*: "Well, one day I went up in a balloon and the ropes got twisted, so that I couldnt come down again. It went way up above the clouds, so far that a current of air struck it and carried it many, many miles away. For a day and a night I traveled through the air, and on the morning of the second day I awoke and found the balloon floating over a strange and beautiful country."

*: Twist it into a serpentine form.

*: longing to twist bays with that ivy

*: There are pillars of smoke twisted about wreaths of flame.

: Avarice twists itself into all human concerns.

*: And you will not take a bribe, because a bribe will blind the alert, and will twist the words of the righteous.

*: Oh, you are a devil. You can twist the heart in a girl as easy as some could twist her arms to hurt her. Mrs. Pearce warned me. Time and again she has wanted to leave you; and you always got round her at the last minute. And you dont care a bit for her. And you dont care a bit for me.

*: Then Romany went down, then we fell together, and the chaps separated us. I got another knock-down blow in, and was beginning to enjoy the novelty of it, when Romany staggered and limped.

*: ‘I’ve done,’ he said. ‘I’ve twisted my ankle.’ He’d caught his heel against a tuft of grass.

*: My coming to New York had been a mistake; for whereas I had looked for poignant wonder and inspiration in the teeming labyrinths of ancient streets that twist endlessly from forgotten courts and squares and waterfronts to courts and squares and waterfronts equally forgotten, and in the Cyclopean modern towers and pinnacles that rise blackly Babylonian under waning moons, I had found instead only a sense of horror and oppression which threatened to master, paralyze, and annihilate me.

*: The tide seized us and swept us along, and in the races where this happened there were sucking whirlpools, strong enough to twist us round.

*: "On the three-thousand-dollar reward John Bain is offerin for the return of his sister," said Ace. "Now listen--I know a certain big Chinee had her kidnapped outa her rickshaw out at the edge of the city one evenin. Hes been keepin her prisoner in his house, waitin a chance to send her up-country to some bandit friends of hisn; then theyll be in position to twist a big ransome outa John Bain, see? [...]"

*: ...she took it down, looked long and fondly at it, then, shaking her curls about her face, as if to hide the act, pressed it to her lips and seemed to weep over it in an uncontrollable paroxysm of tender grief.

*: ... the backs of their necks and their forelegs are decorated with curls and their necks and bodies are covered with fine, undulating lines.

*: It is possible to use the wind which blows from the left to the right by playing well into the wind with the slightest bit of curl on the ball […]

*: Now do a curl and an overhead press, keeping your palms facing in.

*: In 2D, when Q is a polygonal domain, the singularities of Type (2) disappear because ? is the scalar curl of u and is such that its vectorial curl is zero.

: ux|en|The curl of the vector field \vec{F}=(xyz,xyz,xyz) is the vector field \vec{\nabla}\times\vec{F}=(xz-xy,xy-yz,yz-xz).

*: These potatoes, however, planted the next year, have a fair yield, untouched by the curl.

: ux|en|The one-piece back is of a medium curl.

*: He picked the ball up about forty yards out on the left wing, left a trail of Arsenal defenders in his wake, and curled the ball round Geoff Barnett as he came right out into the far corner.

*: She curls her spine; she wedges a pillow between her knees.

*: It seemed to me that Mr. St. Johns under lip protruded, and his upper lip curled a moment.

*: Clouds curled down from the mountains.

*: The ball curled to a stop within six inches of the hole.

: ux|en|I curl at my local club every weekend.

*: When curling the weight, bring the barbell up toward the chin, then return it to its starting position. Keep your elbows and upper arms as immobile as possible to isolate the biceps.

*: Curl their locks with bodkins and with braid.

*: There was also hairdressing: hairdressing, too, really was hairdressing in those times — no running a comb through it and that was that. It was curled, frizzed, waved, put in curlers overnight, waved with hot tongs;nb....

*: Thicker than the snaky locks / That curled Megaera.

*: Curling with metaphors a plain intention.

*: Seas would be pools without the brushing air / To curl the waves.

*: In secret shadow, farre from all mens sight: / From her faire head her fillet she vndight, / And laid her stole aside.

*: A fillet binds her hair.

*: She was talking of Raymond Duncan, a walking absurdity who dressed in an ancient handwoven Greek costume and wore his hair in long braids reaching to his waist, adding, on ceremonial occasions, a fillet of bay-leaves.

: to lay a book on the table;   to lay a body in the grave

: A shower of rain lays the dust.

*: A stone was brought, and laid upon the mouth of the den.

*: Now I lay me down to sleep, / I pray the Lord my Soul to keep. / If I should die before I ’wake, / I pray the Lord my Soul to take.

*: An indulgent playmate, Grannie would lay aside the long scratchy-looking letter she was writing (heavily crossed ‘to save notepaper’) and enter into the delightful pastime of ‘a chicken from Mr Whiteleys’.

:: A corresponding intransitive version of this word is [[lie

*: The cloudes, as things affrayd, before him flye; / But all so soone as his outrageous powre / Is layd, they fiercely then begin to shoure ...

*: But how upon the winds being laid, doth the ship cease to move?

*: Even when I lay a long plan, it is never in the expectation that I will live to see it fulfilled.

: lay brick;  lay flooring

: Ill lay that he doesnt turn up on Monday.

*: I dare lay mine honour / He will remain so.

*: ‘Its because hes a no-good son of a bitch who thinks it is smart to lay his friends wives and brag about it.’

: to lay forward;  to lay aloft

: to lay the venue

: rfquotek|Bouvier

: to lay a gun

: to lay a cable or rope

*: She layeth her hands to the spindle.

: to lay a tax on land

*: The Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all.

*: God layeth not folly to them.

*: Lay the fault on us.

: to lay an indictment in a particular county;   to lay a scheme before one

: the lay of the land

*: I was already aware that in the whaling business they paid no wages; but all hands, including the captain, received certain shares of the profits called lays, and that these lays were proportioned to the degree of importance pertaining to the respective duties of the ship’s company.

: Worm and parcel with the lay; turn and serve the other way.

*: Over the years shed tried to tell himself that his uptown girl was just another lay.

*: To find a place like that and be discreet about it, Jones figured he needed help, so he went to see his favorite lay, Juan Carillos woman, Carmen.

*: “Because I dont want William to be just another lay. I did the slut thing, T, and it got me into a lot of trouble years ago.

: What was I, just another lay you can toss aside as you go on to your next conquest?

*: Listening to this dismissal of his work, [Tennessee] Williams thought to himself of Wilder, “This character has never had a good lay.”

*: She didnt become this germ freak until Thomas died. I wonder if she just needs a good lay, you know, an all-nighter?" Toots said thoughtfully.

*: “What she needs is a good lay. If she had someone to rock her world on a regular basis, she wouldnt be such a raging bit—”

: rfquotek|Charles Dickens

: The hens are off the lay at present.

: They seemed more lay than clerical.

: a lay preacher; a lay brother

: The baby lay in its crib and slept silently.

*: Lay, lady, lay. / Lay across my big brass bed.

*: Laying low, seeking out the poorer quarters / Where the ragged people go

*: Let me lay down beside you. / Let me always be with you.

*: I strive, with wakeful melody, to cheer

*: The sullen gloom, sweet Philomel! like thee,

*: And call the stars to listen: every star

*: Is deaf to mine, enamour’d of thy lay.

: rfquotek|Dryden

*: many goodly lays

*: They bound themselves by a sacred lay and oath.

: I spun myself around a few times.

: Spin the ball on the floor.

: She spun around and gave him a big smile.

*: Round about him spun the landscape, / Sky and forest reeled together.

: They spin the cotton into thread.

*: They neither know to spin, nor care to toil.

: to spin along the road in a carriage, on a bicycle, etc.

: Blood spins from a vein.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

: The car went into a spin.

: The skaters demonstrated their spins.

: He put some spin on the cue ball.

*: She left him alone, and went to get Annie a spin of toffee.

*: Although the Loveless title showed the smallest increase in airplay in the top 10, its number of detections outpaced the nearest bulleted title by more than 350 spins.

: The plant swung in the breeze.

*: With one accord the tribe swung rapidly toward the frightened cries, and there found Terkoz holding an old female by the hair and beating her unmercifully with his great hands.

: The children laughed as they swung.

: It wasnt long before the crowds mood swung towards restless irritability.

: He swung his sword as hard as he could.

: If it’s not too expensive, I think we can swing it.

: "to swing ones partner", or simply "to swing"

: The lathe can swing a pulley of 12 inches diameter.

: A ship swings with the tide.

: ux|en|He worked tirelessly to improve his golf swing.

: ux|en|Door swing indicates direction the door opens.

: ux|en|the swing of a pendulum

: The polls showed a wide swing to Labour.

*: Take thy swing.

*: To prevent anything which may prove an obstacle to the full swing of his genius.

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