Poyser had had her eyes fixed on her husband with cold severity during his silence, but now she turned away her head with a toss, looked icily at the opposite roof of the cow-shed, and spearing her knitting together
with the loose pin, held it firmly between her clasped hands.
There was the organization of the mouth-to-mouth propaganda; the organization, with all its ramifications, of our spy system; the establishment of our secret printing-presses; and the establishment of our underground railways, which meant the knitting together
of all our myriads of places of refuge, and the formation of new refuges where links were missing in the chains we ran over all the land.
Harker says that knitting together
in chronological order every scrap of evidence they have.
Edna Jones has been county organiser for Anglesey Young Farmers and she believes its role in knitting together
communities and promoting rural life to youngsters is vital.
Morrison said: "More and more, it is about knitting together
the colour and the paint and the images in the picture.
Damian Waters of the Confederation of British Industry said: "Linking up HS2 and the Northern Powerhouse will unlock a series of connections knitting together
Manchester, Liverpool and London to a high quality transport network fit for the 21st century."
1 / 3 Women are knitting together
in a local hotel.
After long study of the role of Catholicism in Italy and in Italian colonies during the 20th century, Ceci reconstructs the history of the encounter between the Catholic Church and Fascism by knitting together
a historical narrative from findings that have emerged from the rich source material that has accumulated in recent years, most importantly in the Vatican Archives.
SLT stated that, as telecom traffic increasing fast existing cable systems like SEA-ME-WE 4 are getting heavily loaded, 20,000 kilometre cable system, knitting together
17 countries can carry 24,000 Giga bits per second (24 Tera bits per second), that s equivalent to transmitting 4800 high-definition movies every second.
The TDS Center succeeds by knitting together
a complex program of very Specific study areas with an open and more flexible set of spaces ...
Who else would think of knitting together
our current passion for all things gloomily Scandinavian with laugh out loud literary purls.
Some 699 knitters from around the UK took part but it failed to break the Guinness World Record for the number of people knitting together
for at least 15 minutes.
"The first couple of games in the tournament would certainly give me a good indication of where we are at and hopefully I have got a very talented side but is it about knitting together
as a team," he added.
This history of railways is based on an immodest (but true) premise: Railroads changed the world, knitting together
nations such as Canada, the U.S., and Russia, and making it possible for North American farmers to feed a hungry world.
Wigan Athletic 1 West Ham United 0 WIGAN manager Roberto Martinez is starting to see signs his side are knitting together
and is hopeful the 1-0 victory over West Ham means they have turned a corner.