One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Six wood panels set within slender steel frames open helically over 12 minutes, as the roof forms a star-like pattern and recalls traditional hoist technology used in theaters for centuries.’
- ‘Bacterial cells are propelled by rotating, helically shaped locomotive organs called flagella.’
- ‘This is made of strips of pale larch wound helically to the sky.’
- ‘On an automated conveyor, a roll unwound, with the continuous sheet sent into a machine that coiled it helically and then welded it automatically with a high-frequency pulse of energy.’
- ‘Leaves are parallel veined and appear to be helically arranged.’
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