Thread may refer to:

  • Thread (yarn), a kind of thin yarn used for sewing
  • Thread (computing), a sequence of instructions that may execute in parallel with others
  • Thread (Pern), a spore in the science fiction novels Dragonriders of Pern
  • Thread (unit of measurement), a cotton yarn measure
  • Thread (album), a 1999 album by Wideawake
  • Thread, a poem by Patti Smith from her 1978 book Babel
  • Screw thread, a spiral ridge on a cylinder
  • Threaded discussion, a group of messages or postings to a newsgroup, mailing list or Internet forum on a single topic
  • Threads, a 1984 BBC television post nuclear attack movie
  • Threads (Temposhark album)
  • Threads (Battlefield Band album), 1995
  • "Threads" (song), a song by This Will Destroy You from their self-titled album, This Will Destroy You
  • "Threads" (Stargate SG-1), a 2005 season 8 Stargate SG-1 episode

Other articles related to "thread, threads":

Lygia Pape - Selected Artworks - "TtEias " (1979)
... consists of nine semi-transparent prisms, which were created using gold thread ... The gold thread is then wrapped around each protruding nail, from floor to ceiling, to create the prism ... emphasizing the metallic sheen of the thread ...
Square Thread Form - Advantages & Disadvantages
... The greatest advantage of square threads is that they have a much higher intrinsic efficiency than Acme threads ... Due to the lack of a thread angle there is no radial pressure, or bursting pressure, on the nut ... is the difficulty in machining such a thread ...
Silk Waste - Sources
... commencing to spin, emits a dull, lustreless and uneven thread with which it suspends itself from the twigs and leaves of the tree upon which it has been feeding, or ... for reeling and as the worm completes its task of spinning, the thread becomes finer and weaker, so both the extreme outside and inside layers are put aside ... of reeling from the cocoon the silk often breaks and both in finding a true and reliable thread, and in joining the ends, there is unavoidable waste ...
Lancashire Loom - Economics
... The principal advantage of the Lancashire loom was that it was semi-automatic, when a warp thread broke the weaver was notified ... When the shuttle ran out of thread, the machine stopped. 6 or even 8 looms, although that was governed by the thread being used ...
Thread Angle
... The thread angle of a screw is the angle between the threads ... This is a defining factor for the shape of a screw thread ... Standard values include Thread standard Thread angle Profile Letter code Standards Most V-threads (including ISO, NPT and UTS) 60° M DIN 13 / ISO ? / ASME/ANSI ? Whitworth threads 55° W DIN ...

Famous quotes containing the word thread:

    Oh sure, everyone goes back to the earth at some point, but life itself is a thread that is never broken, never lost. Do you know why? Because each man makes a knot in the thread during his lifetime: it is the work he has done and that’s what gives life to life in the long stretch of time: the usefulness of man on this earth.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)

    A sleeping man holds in a circle around him the thread of the hours, the order of years and of worlds. He consults them instinctively upon awaking and in one second reads in them the point of the earth that he occupies, the time past until his arousal; but their ranks can be mingled or broken.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    Tom Hyde, the tinker, standing on the gallows, was asked if he had anything to say. “Tell the tailors,” said he, “to remember to make a knot in their thread before they take the first stitch.” His companion’s prayer is forgotten.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)