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a pen that has a small metal ball as the point of transfer of ink to paper

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31, consumers nationwide who purchase four dozen Lunar Ball Point Pens, Orbitz Gel Retractable Pens or any combination thereof will receive a $10 Visa gift card; those who purchase six dozen will receive a $20 Visa gift card.
It features work including In Like A Lion, Out Like A Lamb - a figure study in ball point pen measuring 7ft 6ins in length.
Angry parents and even rescuers have pointed to steel rods in broken concrete slabs that were thinner than a ball point pen among the 7,000 classrooms that were destroyed.
Energy-saving bulbs contain only tiny traces of mercury - imagine a pellet smaller than the tip of a ball point pen.
3M says its proprietary coating provides excellent resistance to permanent marker, crayon, spray paint, and ball point pen.
Biro, inventor of the ball point pen, faced a staunch set of detractors unwilling to give up their beloved inkwells and fountain pens.
Complete with clear plastic dome, metal shavings and a magnetic wand that doubles as a ball point pen, the vintage toy is now available as a desk calendar.
It would take days with a ball point pen to copy this fashion nightmare.
I held my blue ball point pen aloft and asked my class.
Tenders are invited for Supply of ball point pen - mega top model.
One such example is the act of writing with a conventional ball point pen, which can become a fruitless endeavor to those whose hands and fingers no longer function as they once did.
DURING the space race of the 1960s, NASA spent hundreds of thousands of dollars developing a ball point pen that would work in a weightless environment.
The labels are supplied partly laminated; a ball point pen is then used to mark them before the laminate is peeled off, leaving the information on the label protected from water, solvents and tampering.
1880: The earliest ball point pen with its own ink supply and retractable tip was patented by Alonzo T Cross.
1943: The ball point pen was patented by Hungarian, Lazio Biro.