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2. Workers weave silk thread into beautiful shirts.
3. Most spiders weave webs that are almost invisible.
4. everything i do is just to weave my wings for my dream now so that it can hover in the real world.
5. Only a few of the women still weave.
6. They would spin and weave cloth, cook and attend to the domestic side of life.
6. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and create good sentences.
7. She had been taught to weave as a child.
8. It takes great skill to weave a basket from/out of rushes.
9. Fabrics with a close weave are ideal for painting.
10. I think you can weave a story around this incident.
11. We were shown how to roughly weave ferns and grass together to make a temporary shelter.
12. He had to weave his way through the milling crowds.
13. She can tell you how to weave reeds into a beautiful basket.
14. Will Owen be able to weave his magic against Scotland on Wednesday?
15. Cyclists weave in and out of the traffic.
16. People weave threads into cloth.
17. A boxer learns to bob and weave.
18. In one room,[sentencedict.com] young mothers weave while babies doze in their laps.
19. To knit a single diamond, weave two rows, knit two rows without weaving.
20. Materials Caravan Technology: fine weave lightweight nylon.
21. The Swindon sweeper doesn't need a broomstick to weave his magic and cast his soccer spells, just pure genius.
22. All the instrumentalists, of course, weave solos through this fabric of sustained notes, but the focal point is Threadgill.
23. You have to sort of weave a story.
24. We haven't seen each other for a long time. May maple bring my love and sow seeds of spring; Under the same starry sky, let us, the distant two, weave a garland of missing.
25. Young is the only thing we have right to weave a dream time.
26. A persistent, recurrent theme; a single strand of ancient lore in the weave.
27. He says the crossing patrol has poor visibility because of parked cars and the lollipop lady has to weave in between stationary vehicles.
28. Like against Buster Mathis, he was staying in close so he could bob and weave.
29. Now the smell has become rosy, it evokes strings of memory that weave into something new.
30. They are, in the most fundamental sense, magical: they weave spells, they conjure something out of nothing.
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