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Generally, string is a thin, flexible piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects. String can be made from a variety of fibres.

Examples of string use include:

  • String figures, designs formed by weaving string around one's fingers
  • A bow string, an essential part of a bow.
  • In musical instruments such as below.

String or Strings may also refer to:

In science, computers or mathematics:

In music:

In sport:

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