|nauha englanniksi||sash, tape, web, lace, fascia, ribbon, fillet, string, list, band|
: Hand me some tape. I need to fix a tear in this paper.
: After the party there was tape all over the place.
: Jones broke the tape in 47.77 seconds, a new world record.
: Did you get that on tape?
: Old couples sometimes will play tapes at each other during a fight.
: Don’t fight the tape.
: His pass was right on the tape.
: Can you tape that together, please?
: You shouldn’t have said that. The microphone was on and we were taping.
: Ive finally got this thing taped.
: The sunlight glistened in the dew on the web.
*: the sombre spirit of our forefathers, who wove their web of life with hardly a single thread of rose-colour or gold
*: Such has been the perplexing ingenuity of commentators that it is difficult to extricate the truth from the web of conjectures.
: Let me search the web for that.
: He caught the ball in the web.
: The gazebos roof was a web made of thin strips of wood.
*: The colonists were forbidden to manufacture any woollen, or linen, or cotton fabrics; not a web might be woven, not a shuttle thrown, on penalty of exile.
*: And Christians slain roll up in webs of lead.
*: The sword, whereof the web was steel, / Pommel rich stone, hilt gold.
: I found it on the web.
*: Our English dames are much given to the wearing of costly laces.
*: Mind you, clothes were clothes in those days. […] Frills, ruffles, flounces, lace, complicated seams and gores: not only did they sweep the ground and have to be held up in one hand elegantly as you walked along, but they had little capes or coats or feather boas.
*: Vulcanus had caught thee [Venus] in his lace.
*: When Jennys stays are newly laced.
*: The Gond ... picked up a trail of the Karela, the vine that bears the bitter wild gourd, and laced it to and fro across the temple door.
: to lace ones fingers together
*: Ill lace your coat for ye.
: ux|en|cloth laced with silver
: a steel or magnesium ribbon
: sails torn to ribbons
: rfquotek|London Athenaeum
*: 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.
*: Round Ormonds knee thou tiest the mystic string.
: a violin string
: a [[bowstring|bowstring]]
: a string of shells or beads; a string of sausages
*: a string of islands
: The string of spittle dangling from his chin was most unattractive
*: In 1933, disgusted and discouraged after a string of commercial failures, Clara quit the film business forever. She was twenty-six.
: a string of successes
: no strings attached
*: Duckweed putteth forth a little string into the water, from the bottom.
*: The string of his tongue was loosed.
: the strings of beans
: You can string these beads on to this cord to make a colorful necklace.
: It is difficult to string a tennis racket properly.
*: gartered with a red and blue list
*: With truncheon tippd with iron head, / The warrior to the lists he led.
*: In measured lists to toss the weighty lance.
*: He was the ablest emperor of all the list.
*: The very list, the very utmost bound, / Of all our fortunes.
: rfquotek|Sir Thomas Browne
*: "I will list you for my soldier, then," said the Countess.
: rfquotek|Sir H. Wotton
: to list a door
*: The tree that stood white-listed through the gloom.
: to list a board
*: In discussing the Syllabus and the last dogma of 1870, so much must be allowed for Italian list and cunning, or a word-fence. An Englishman, with his matter-of-fact way of putting things, is no match for these gentry.
*: "[...] The foxes had heard that the fowls were sick, and went to see them decked in peacocks feathers; said of men who speak friendly, but only with list or cunning within."
*: For when the guileful monster smiled Snakes left their holes and hissed, — And stroking soft his silken beard Raised creatures full of list.
*: The general bass, in its fixed lines, is taken by surprise and overwhelmed by List ... (List = cunning); [...].
*: The latter wins his fight not by list but through straightforward knightly prowess, [...]
*: It is worth noting that, contrary to Alexios who according to his daughter did not scruple to use any tricks to achieve his goal, Manuel, as depicted by Kinnamos, preferred "to win by war rather than by list."
*: One man can accomplish with list (magic), that which a thousand could not accomplish, regardless of how strong they were.
*: Peace, what noise? / List, list! / Hark! / Music i the air.
*: Then weigh what loss your honour may sustain, / If with too credent ear you list his songs.
: the ship listed to port
: the steady wind listed the ship
*: If thou [[beest]] a man, show thyself in thy / likeness: if thou beest a devil, taket as thou list.
*: Ye are as gods, that can create soil. Soil-creating gods there is no withstanding. They have the might to sell wheat at what price they list; and the right, to all lengths, and famine-lengths, — if they be pitiless infernal gods!
*: License consists in doing what one lists; liberty consists in doing in the right manner the good only;
*: The spirit seemed to blow where it listed among a historically motley collection of Catholic theologians, Puritan zealots and American squires.
*: band and gusset and seam
*: to join in Hymens bands
: ux|en|valence band; conduction band
*: thy oath and band
*: "My third command to the Winged Monkeys," said Glinda, "shall be to carry you to your forest. Then, having used up the powers of the Golden Cap, I shall give it to the King of the Monkeys, that he and his band may thereafter be free for evermore."
*: But in the meantime Robin Hood and his band lived quietly in Sherwood Forest, without showing their faces abroad, for Robin knew that it would not be wise for him to be seen in the neighborhood of Nottingham, those in authority being very wroth with him.
*: Certain of the Jews banded together.