: Grand Strand
: Jones pops up; thats going to strand a pair.
: strand of spaghetti
: strand of hair.
: strand of truth
*: She responds to both questions in writing and checks her answer on the fact question. Her suspicions confirmed about the importance of the two names, Miranda vows to pay close attention to this strand of the story as she continues to read.
*: Then read he me how Sampson lost his hairs.
*: And draweth new delights with hoary hairs.
: ux|en|In the western world, women usually have long hair while men usually have short hair.
*: Her abundant hair, of a dark and glossy brown, was neatly plaited and coiled above an ivory column that rose straight from a pair of gently sloping shoulders, clearly outlined beneath the light muslin frock that covered them.
: ux|en|Internal hairs occur in the flower stalk of the yellow frog lily ([[Nuphar]]).
*: She, ful devout and humble in hir corage, / Under hir robe of gold, that sat ful faire, / Hadde next hir flessh yclad hir in an haire.
*: Thenne vpon the morne whanne the good man had songe his masse / thenne they buryed the dede man / Thenne syr launcelot sayd / fader what shalle I do / Now sayd the good man / I requyre yow take this hayre that was this holy mans and putte it nexte thy skynne / and it shalle preuaylle the gretely
: ux|en|Just a little louder please—turn that knob a hair to the right.