splice together

splice something together

to connect things together, usually by twisting or tying a joint between the two. I spent over an hour splicing the two ends of the ropes together, and it didn't hold for even a minute. He carefully spliced together the two ropes.
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The scouse singer used footage of fans and celeb pals performing in front of their own phones or cameras to splice together for her single.
Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) quickly figure out that the call is not only fake but it uses Hotch's reports from several years to splice together the call.
That would be the time to splice together some hanging strands.
Saleh, a freshman at the University of Tennessee, explained how certain words were particularly difficult, such as "lafreak" and "wiggle," for which he had to splice together two different words.
The EZ Grabbit Tarp Tie Down ($9 for a four-pack) lets you splice together enough tarps to build a circus tent-or just cover a big woodpile.
Splice together twisted sci- horror with sexual psychodrama and you've got a beast of a movie that's wickedly refreshing and surprisingly creepy.
It can splice together multiple optical fibers simultaneously and at a much lower cost.
Here, we splice together other stars' foxy features to create the world's most eye-catching couple.
In the coming version of Photoshop, users will be able to stack up a series of group shots against each other and quickly splice together the photos that contain each subject's most flattering facial expression.
From Figueiroa she inherited a respect for individuality, musicality, and an ability to splice together different kinds of movement.
Among numerous findings, Leech concludes that friction between strands in an admiralty splice prevents sawlike interstrand motions and holds the splice together.
Cells may remove and splice together different segments of RNA from the same gene, resulting in alternatively spliced gene products.
It is the plasticity of that medium which enabled Sonic Youth to transform their audience's noise into a piece of music, just as it enabled Schaeffer, the pioneer of musique concrete, to splice together the sounds of his "Cinq etudes de bruits" (Five studies of noises; 1948) and spurred the creation of the first electronic-music studio, in 1951, at West German Radio (WDR) in Cologne.
It was only after Jonathan had wiped off the last traces of make-up could the editing team splice together the comedy clips to finish the Scottish Mirror's latest commercials.
The unique design of the SCPC allows users to splice together two cable segments quickly and reliably, even in the most challenging circumstance.