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NDLNational Diet Library (Japan)
NDLNutrient Data Laboratory (USDA)
NDLNeedle
NDLNational Nano Device Laboratories (Taiwan)
NDLNational Digital Library
NDLNederland Distributieland
NDLNo Dollar Limit (roof warranties)
NDLNo Decompression Limit (diving)
NDLNetwork Database Language
NDLNorddeutsche Lloyd
NDLNetwork Data Language
NDLNaked Dancing Llama
NDLNational Dodgeball League (Hopkins, MN)
NDLNorrköpings Distanslyssnare
NDLNetwork Data Link Technology
NDLNuclear Defense Laboratory
NDLNetwork Design Load (data links)
NDLNational Distributors Leasing, Inc
NDLNetwork Design Language
References in classic literature ?
Then, with the maul, after repeatedly smiting the upper end of this iron rod, he placed the blunted needle endwise on the top of it, and less strongly hammered that, several times, the mate still holding the rod as before.
Starbuck--a lance without a pole; a top-maul, and the smallest of the sail-maker's needles.
Whether from commiseration for a woman of so miserable a destiny; or from the morbid curiosity that gives a fictitious value even to common or worthless things; or by whatever other intangible circumstance was then, as now, sufficient to bestow, on some persons, what others might seek in vain; or because Hester really filled a gap which must otherwise have remained vacant; it is certain that she had ready and fairly equited employment for as many hours as she saw fit to occupy with her needle.
Bless you, child, when you set out to thread a needle don't hold the thread still and fetch the needle up to it; hold the needle still and poke the thread at it; that's the way a woman most always does, but a man always does t'other way.
Of this package the chief contents were a razor with its case, a supply of needles and thread, a pound or two of tobacco and a few yards of bright-coloured calico.
He evidently had, for he was soon back with a funny little work-bag, out of which he produced a thimble without a top; and, having threaded his needle, he proceeded to sew on the buttons so handily that Rose was much impressed and amused.
Her work, now that she had nothing to expect from the milliner, could not be laid aside for a moment, though her soul did pour out its longings as she sat plying her needle.
An electric thread puts it in communication with the screw, and the needle indicates the real speed.
the Sheep asked, handing her a pair of knitting- needles as she spoke.
Why are those needles and pins sticking out of your head?
She set out with these things, and when she came to the glass mountain which was so slippery she stuck the three needles behind her feet and then in front, and so got over it, and when she was on the other side put them carefully away.
The splints were sharp as needles, being indeed the needles used in tattooing, and on the end of the pole they were intended to be applied to Tiha's back in the same way that men apply ox-goads to oxen.