multistranded

multistranded

(ˌmʌltɪˈstrændɪd)
adj
having several strandshaving several aspects
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Gandini, "Efficacy of esthetic retainers: clinical comparison between multistranded wires and direct-bond glass fiber-reinforced composite splints,' International Journal of Dentistry, vol.
A multistranded noir featuring a violent cop with sexual performance issues and a Bangladeshi drug mule hoping to earn enough to treat her cancer, the pic takes a while to come together, and even then allows script self-satisfaction to overcome logic or consistency.
Knitting Around the World: A Multistranded History of a Time-Honored Tradition provides a fine history of hand-knitting in different countries and is a more extensive review of world knitting traditions than most titles offer.
This multistranded, kinked ring is flanked by 102-kilometer-wide Prometheus and another moon, Pandora.
The three books that followed In Search of Our Mother's Gardens--Horses Make a Landscape More Beautiful (poems, 1984); The Temple of My Familiar (novel, 1988); and Living by the Word (prose pieces, 1989)--take a more mystical turn, and meditate on everything from Walker's multistranded racial identity to her commitment to animal rights and vegetarianism.