Other articles related to "bends, bend":
... The Bends was released on 13 March 1995 ... Radiohead toured in the UK from February to late March in support of The Bends ... and North America Radiohead would cross the US six times in promotion of The Bends ...
... Straight Up (No Bends) (Radio Edit) Straight Up (No Bends) (Gee Smoove Stylus Roughhouse Remix) Straight Up (No Bends) (Ignorants Remix) Straight Up (No Bends) (Video) ...
... Triple fisherman's knot Overhand bend (aka European death knot, Euro death knot, EDK) The Overhand bend is a simple and fast way to join two ropes, notably for rappelling ... Water knot (aka Tape Knot, Double Overhand Bend, Ring Bend) The Water knot is useful to tie together two ends of ropes ...
... The Green and Orange Bends are reputed to be in Lud and Dis respectively ... The Blue Bend was last seen with a band of slow mutants who called themselves "The Total Hogs" however, they are said to have lost it ... that before killing himself, the Crimson King smashed the rest of the Bends in his possession - presumably so that no one else could have them, or out of thoughtless anger ...
... is that the roadway has to clear the railway line below it, necessitating the bends in the bridge ... The bends themselves present something of a dangerous situation for wide vehicles attempting to cross the bridge, and for travellers unaccustomed to the nuisance, which locals ... for smaller vehicles to stop prior to the bends to make way for larger vehicles which are unable to negotiate the bends while remaining in their own lane ...
Famous quotes containing the word bends:
“A wet sheet and a flowing sea,
A wind that follows fast
And fills the white and rustling sail
And bends the gallant mast;”
—Allan Cunningham (17841842)
“Silent is the house: all are laid asleep:
One alone looks out oer the snow-wreaths deep,
Watching every cloud, dreading every breeze
That whirls the wildering drift, and bends the groaning trees.”
—Emily Brontë (18181848)
“The doctor will take you now. He is burly and clean;
Listening, like lover or worshiper, bends at your heart.”
—Robert Penn Warren (19051989)