- n a winder around which thread or tape or film or other flexible materials can be wound
- Quick-witted, shrewd and resilient, he survived a Dickensian adolescence that included working as a bobbin boy in a textile mill.
- Instead of a bobbin and shuttle, the new machines pushed loops of yarn back and forth through a mat like a sewing machine, and did it seven to eight times faster than looms.
- Last year Sears, Roebuck sold the astronomical number of 500,000,000 separate itemseverything from a one-ounce sewing bobbin to a 2,200-lb.
- Jerry Manuel in Hartford Courant
I feel like I'm bobbin' and weavin',said manager Jerry Manuel. "Every now and then I get caught. Bam!"
- George Gillett in SportingNews.com
We're a private, family organization, and we don't comment or speculate,Gillett said. "I was at 11 (NASCAR) races last year, but nobody saw me. I'm a fan. I've sponsored racecars, and I used to race myself. I'm the best flobbin bobbin...