threaded between the anecdotes are fascinating insights into the economics of running a restaurant.
Yes, of course, it is threaded through with hypocrisy and outright duplicity.
I threaded my way through the silent throng of spectators, but was stopped at Fourth Street by a cordon of police.
“Umm…they maintain themselves,” she responded when asked whether or not they were threaded, plucked, or waxed.
He voted against that ban, but threaded the needle a bit by voting for the larger Clinton crime bill.
From the threaded ruddy ore of her hair rose a perfume like the fabulous myrrhs of Olympus.
The separators are the standard Willard "threaded Rubber" separators.
It consists of a square body a threaded to receive the stud whose end is shown at c.
For an hour they threaded their way through the endless maze of 177 trees.
Then a pair of grips for holding pipe, or round material which is to be threaded, can readily be made.
Old English þræd "fine cord, especially when twisted" (related to þrawan "to twist"), from Proto-Germanic *thrædus (cf. Middle Dutch draet, Dutch draad, Old High German drat, German Draht, Old Norse þraðr), from suffixed form of root *thræ- "twist" (see throw). Meaning "spiral ridge of a screw" is from 1670s. Threads, slang for "clothes" is 1926, American English.
"to put thread through a needle," mid-14c., from thread (n.); in reference to film cameras from 1913. The dancing move called thread the needle is attested from 1844. Related: Threaded; threading.