Needle may refer to:
Other articles related to "needle, needles":
... The Curecanti Needle is a distinct granite rock formation located in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison between Montrose and Gunnison, Colorado ... Until 1882, viewing the remote Needle presented a challenge, but the arrival of the Denver Rio Grande Western Railroad mainlines through the canyon significantly improved accessibility ... train ride along the Gunnison River soon earned a reputation for its scenery, and the Curecanti Needle was featured in railroad company logos from 1887 to 1926 ...
... Indicator needle of a measuring instrument "Needle", a cheerleading stunt Needle (comics), a Marvel Comics character Needle (film), a 2010 supernatural horror film Needle (novel), by Hal ...
... of a sixth wire for common return making it possible to move just a single needle ... With the original five wires it was only possible to move the needles in pairs and always in opposite directions since there was no common wire provided ... Needles 1 through 5 when energised to the right pointed to numerals 1 through 5 respectively, and to the left numerals 6 through 9 and 0 respectively ...
... Grandma Threading her Needle is a 1900 British short silent comedy film, directed by George Albert Smith, featuring a grandma trying to get a thread though a needle ...
... The simplest type of match-needle selenium meter shows a clockhand on the meter's scale ... When the clockhand matches the instrument's needle the EV-value is set right on the calculator ... on the left and must be rotated till the marker covers the needle (visible in the left corner) ...
Famous quotes containing the word needle:
“Up through the lubber crust of Wales
I rocketed to astonish
The flashing needle rock of squatters,
The criers of Shabby and Shorten,
The famous stitch droppers.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“I would build my house of crystal,
With a solitary friend,
Where the cold cracks like a pistol
And the needle stands on end.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“And so the needle pricked her fingers;
She fidgeted but didnt go;
A faint forgetfulness of reasons
Kept her with him. Time is slow.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)