Sunday, 22 January 2012



1. a very fine thread or threadlike structure; a fiber or fibril.
2. a single fibril of natural or synthetic textile fiber, of indefinite length, sometimes several miles long.
3. a long slender cell or series of attached cells, as in some algae and fungi.
4. Botany . the stalklike portion of a stamen, supporting the anther.
5. Ornithology . the barb of a down feather.
6. (in a light bulb or other incandescent lamp) the threadlike conductor, often of tungsten, in the bulb that is heated to incandescence by the passage of current.
7. Electronics . the heating element (sometimes also acting as a cathode) of a vacuum tube, resembling the filament in an incandescent bulb.
8. Astronomy . a solar prominence, as viewed within the sun's limb.

An unusual ingredient
Boasting tea and filament.
Should I risk it?

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