During their lifetime, the crows carry out the inner loop of the adaptation process.
She nodded and slid the black loop with the rope off her waist.
He shooed the young steer out of his way, and back, onto firmer ground, and then spun the loop of the rope lazily, letting it swing out in an arc and settle squarely over the cow's horns.
One loop of rope had slipped off her right wrist.
The example shown above can be drawn with a single loop .
It's an endless loop of videos interspersed with adverts.
I started feeling stupid and rather ashamed for getting myself in this idiotic situation - clinging tight to a swinging loop of rope too scared to carry on.
As part of an exhibit about the Jewish holocaust, the museum had a Nazi propaganda film going on continuous loop .
In a tape loop in the living-room installation, she projects the image of an old television on two kitschy landscapes.
It was a process a bit like tying a granny knot: twisting one edge of the sausage rope into a loop , then threading the other end through, looping it, and twisting again.