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    Re: Whirligig

    Quote Originally Posted by Love Teaching View Post
    Thanks everyone for your comments.
    So I decided to call it "pinwheel". The idea of "Thread Pinwheel" comes from a kind of pinwheel in which thread is used. It's a pinwheel to which pieces of thread are attached. The question "Does it work?" doesn't matter, I'm just wondering if this combination makes sense and if the sentences / definitions above fit this combination "Thread Pinwheel".
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    If you search the Internet for "thread pinwheel" (use the quotation marks), you will find that that name is used for pinwheels that are sewn, as for a quilt.

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    Re: Whirligig

    Some people apparently call the seeds that fall from maple trees "whirligigs." I've always known them as "helicopters."

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