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  • noun Plural form of spinning.


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  • Around these colossal spheres of coruscating hellfire spun worlds whole and entire, swarming with life-forms more fantastic than the word spinnings of any storyteller.

    Carnivores of Light and Darkness

  • Well, maybe the olive does... and, Drunken spinnings are novelty yarns but could you successfully ply while drinking marinis at the wheel?

    You have to laugh...

  • A part of yesterday was spent doing test spinnings with all the test whorls I have made for the experiment.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The old framings and spinnings and talking points came more assertively, the self-answered questions, the straw man arguments, as if this could somehow inject some credibility into the old worn-out lies.

    Land Air force One: Impressions of a tragic farewell

  • A part of yesterday was spent doing test spinnings with all the test whorls I have made for the experiment.


  • Down in the area we call the flat garden where the old gravel driveway of the house next door used to end, more of a parking lot really, the blue Atlas Cedar holds the spinnings of a free style artist.

    Web Walk « Fairegarden

  • There are many uses for the fine filaments of spider spinnings by the little ones.

    Fairies Part One « Fairegarden

  • It's a story about failure, isolation ... listening more and more to the sounds of your own rhetorical spinnings to the exclusion of real-world goblins, and finally being shot to death in a rural schoolhouse by a drunken Bolivian soldier.

    Jeffrey Wells: Lawrence of Latin America

  • As a mom concerned with the quality of science that will be taught to her child in public schools, I appreciate your efforts to control the political spinnings of scientific fact.

    NASA Science Censor Resigns

  • Credit for that belongs not only to whoever fired the SA-7 at the reverend's copter but also to Rick Renard and his deft spinnings.

    Florence of Arabia


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