skein englannista suomeksi
1935, (w), ''(w)'', Part I:
- You hold the skein: wind, Thomas, wind
- The thread of eternal life and death.
1923, (w), "(w)"
- The practical application of what I have said is very close to the problem which I am investigating. It is a tangled skein, you understand, and I am looking for a loose end.
(qualifier) A metallic strengthening band or thimble on the wooden arm of an axle.
1950, ''Billboard'' (volume 62, number 9)
- All three tele skeins are pitching furiously to snag the super Easter Day tele show to be bankrolled by Frigidaire, (..)
1963, ''Radio Television Daily'' (volume 93, page 5)
- Three comedy shows from the U. S. are in the CTV lineup: CBSTV's Phil Silvers and Danny Thomas skeins and NBC-TV's "Harry's Girls."
shone, (inflection of) (to shine)
(verb form of)