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use "loom" in a sentence

loom It took approximately 1 day to set the silk threads on the loom.

The hole pattern represented the pattern that the loom had to follow in weaving cloth.

Eventually the stadium was renamed Pro Player Stadium, because the Pro Player brand division of Fruit of
Tasmania for the first time.

During World War II, Coast Guard men and women trained in St. Augustine, and used the lighthouse as a lookout post for enemy ships and submarines which frequented the coastline.

Authorities were quick to issue a media alert to the public to be on the lookout for a dark blue Chevrolet Caprice sedan.

The 5 km Threlfall Walk follows the route of the historic 1894 hydro-electric scheme, along old embankments and through ancient cuttings, to a lookout platform high above the river.

St Michael's tower provides an excellent lookout over the Thames valley and a lofty firing platform.

Since the lookout was built, there has been a major philosophical change in how forest managers deal with wildfires.

Many officers of the Tai Po District and the head of the Police Secret Service lived in the Lookout.

Bushland at Mount kembla A former bridle track, the now somewhat overgrown after a while track that starts on the west side of the Cordeaux Road carpark at the kembla Lookout is known as the Bridle Track on most maps.

View from the kitekite track lookout.

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