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In honor of the milestone, an image of a 45 record spindle adapter was featured in the festival logo.
Inside, the two-story entry has white wainscoting; a boxed ceiling treatment; and a staircase with wood treads, a custom runner and wrought-iron spindles.
These spindles show the relative popularity of musical categories on an annual basis, represented as width.
Through a delicate process, and with minimal computer assistance, de Grey fused copies of the Moser spindle and another small assembly of points into a 20,425-vertex monstrosity that could not be colored using four colors.
The circular office building still occupied by Capitol resembles a stack of records on a turntable with the spindle pointing toward the sky.
Not every porch is all Victorian spindles, brackets and turned balustrades.
His first foray into designing and manufacturing was a result of his frustration that his own bottom bracket spindle kept breaking.
An egg is one cell, the largest cell in the body, and contains a lot of fluid and a structure called a spindle, which helps organize the chromosomes.
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Definition of spindle
spindlerplay \ˈspin(d)-lər, ˈspin-dᵊl-ər\ noun
SPINDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spindle for English Language Learners
: a thin rod or stick with pointed ends that is used in making yarn
: the long, thin pin on a spinning wheel that is used to make thread
: something shaped like a long, thin rod; especially : a long, thin part of a machine which turns around something or around which something turns
SPINDLE Defined for Kids
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