A few leaves are sometimes tied with twine and other herbs to form a bouquet garni.
Note each palm leaf section was only several lines, written longitudinally across the leaf, and bound by twine to the other sections.
In it he described a mechanical means of drawing mathematical curves with a piece of twine, and the properties of ellipses, Cartesian ovals, and related curves with more than two foci.
And a pair of oversized shoes with twine laces and soles so thin I can feel the heartbeats of the insects beneath my feet.
Cotton twine coated with gunpowder is generally used as the fuse.
The package was wrapped in brown paper and tied with twine.