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What Equestrian sport uses a bamboo stick which is attached a racquet head with a loose thread net which is used to carry a ball?

Howrse: polocrosse ~sugar-n-spice


Which Equestrian sport uses a bamboo stick to which is attached a racket head with a loose thread net which is used to carry a ball?

The answer is Polocrosse. This is a level 8 answer for Howrse.


How is bamboo made into bamboo cloth?

The process of turning bamboo wood into bamboo cloth is actually a really fascinating process. The bamboo is cut down into smaller pieces and then soaked in an eco-friendly solution which breaks down the bamboo fibers and extracts the bamboo pulp. It is then dried, milled, and separated in preparation to be spun into thread and yarn for weaving.


The system allows developers to use real time threadsIs it necessary to bind a real time thread to an LWP?

Yes. Timing is crucial to real-time applications. If a thread is marked as real-time but is not bound to an LWP, the thread may have to wait to be attached to an LWP before running. Consider if a real-time thread is running (is attached to an LWP) and then proceeds to block (i.e. must perform I/O, has been preempted by a higher-priority real-time thread, is waiting for a mutual exclusion lock, etc.) While the real-time thread is blocked, the LWP itwas attached to has been assigned to another thread. When the real-time thread has been scheduled to run again, it must first wait to be attached to an LWP.Bybindingan LWP to a real- time thread you are ensuring the threadwill be able to runwithminimal delay once it is scheduled.


What does the thread guide do on a sewing machine?

The thread guide keeps the thread running in the proper place. If the thread is not threaded correctly, the tension will be off, resulting in jammed or broken threads in the machine.On a sewing machine, the thread guide is a small part that is attached above the needle. It looks like a hook and it hold the thread in place as it is fed through the needle.


What does the thread guide do on the sewing machine?

The thread guide keeps the thread running in the proper place. If the thread is not threaded correctly, the tension will be off, resulting in jammed or broken threads in the machine.On a sewing machine, the thread guide is a small part that is attached above the needle. It looks like a hook and it hold the thread in place as it is fed through the needle.


What type of reed does a oboe use?

An oboe uses what's called a double reed. It consists of bamboo, cork, and special thread.


How did Theseus escape the labyrinth?

Theseus had walked into the Labyrinth having attached the end of a ball of thread to the entrance, and bringing the ball with him. He simply followed the thread back to the entrance.


Where doe a sewing machine needle fall when it breaks?

Strange question, but anyway if the needle breaks off with no thread attached, it could go flying off any which-way. Check the floor around the machine and the table on which the machine is placed...and your lap, and anything else in the vacinity. If it breaks during sewing (that is, with thread attached through it's tip), it will likely remain attached and end up thrashing around in the bobbin holder. It could also end up there with no thread attached, so, in either case, check the bobbin holder first.


When were braces first invented?

the first braces were invented by Pierre Fauchard in 1728. and it was constructed by a piece of flat metal that was attached to the teeth by thread.


How do you make a guest book on Howrse?

In your equestrian center's forum, open up a new thread (a discussion will last longer than 30 days and not be auto-deleted if not posted in). Call it "Guest book" and invite visitor's to sign it. You can then do the same in return for them.


Why is there such a big price range for bedding?

Bedding prices can vary from $10 to $1,000, depending on the quality of what you buy. Material can include cotton, silk, pima, and even bamboo. Sheet thread count is an important factor in softness. The higher the thread count, the soft the sheet. Also, the quality of the fabric itself can play a factor in bedding confort.


What are the materials to craft the fishing pole in Sims 2 castaway?

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Does the tool need to be turned counterclockwise or clockwise when removing water pump?

A radiator cooling fan assembly attached to a water pump via a thread will always be tightened by the natural rotational direction by the fan...For example - If the fan rotates in a 'clockwise' direction, the thread holding it on will be 'left-handed'; it follows that a fan spinning 'anticlockwise' will have a 'right-handed' thread.


How is the tongue attached in the mouth of a frog?

When they're born, their mothers get a needle and some thread and stitch the tongue that came out with the frog to the inside of their throat. Hope this helps.


What glittery bits are put in a Christmas tree as icicles?

Tinsel, is a type of decorative material that mimics the effect of ice, consisting of thin strips of sparkling material attached to a thread.


What is a threaded socket?

In electronics - it's a socket that has a thread on the outside - so that a plug with the same thread can be screwed into it, thus preventing accidental removal. One example would be the connector in your house for cable TV. The box on the wall has a threaded 'stud' socket - into which is screwed a plug, attached to the cable which goes to your TV.


How are pantyhose made?

First the synthetic thread is wrapped around some sort of elastic fiber (sometimes even rubber is used for this center thread), then this thread is woven on a special type of loom which produces a seamless tube of fabric. Then it is cut into the length required, the end is sewn shut on a special sewing machine, the tube is opened at one side then sewn to another tube forming the hip section. The waistband and gusset are then attached.


Is an EUE thread a Non-Pressure sealed thread?

EUE thread is a pressure sealed thread as usual completion pup joints thread


How do you remove the fan clutch from 93 suburban theres no nut on shaft.?

the fan clutch is attached with one large nut that is part of the clutch assembly .NOTE the the cluth has LEFT HAND thread.


What is a helix screw?

A helix screw is just a regular everyday screw. Most screws have a helix spiralled thread that allows the screw to imbed itself in whatever is being attached to something else.


What are the priorities of a thread?

The maximum priority of a thread is 10.The minimum priority of a thread is 1.The norm-priority of a thread is 5.(It is the default priority of a thread)


What are the different types of thread?

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What are some types of screw thread?

iso v profile thread/ unified thread. square profile thread


When using garter stitch what does ending with a wrong side row mean?

It doesn't really matter with garter stitch if the piece of knitting is symmetrical. If you want to be on the safe side, you can look at where the tail of the start of the thread is attached at the bottom.