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Synonyms for clothes peg

wood or plastic fastener

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Since its launch, Daniel and brother Paul, who front the company founded by grandfather Solomon Neumann in 1968 with the first-ever ceramic cooker cleaning product, have extended the range from clothes pegs made from recycled plastic into kitchen cleaning lines.
1) One of Bodie and Fou's best sellers, these quirky bird clothes pegs may just persuade the kids to help you hang out the washing.
The 46-year-old mum-of-four uses clothes pegs, wire and clay to create a basic frame for the dolls, which she sells to collectors via the internet for Au14.
Debbie Ritter, from Fisher, Illinois, makes use of clothes pegs, wire and clay to create the four-inch structure of the amateur singer.
Records attempted included most beads threaded, most number of socks sorted, most sand moved in 30 seconds, most banknotes counted in one minute, most number of basketball free-throws in one minute, fastest text message in English and Arabic, fastest number typing, fastest M&M chocolate sorting using chopsticks, most clothes pegs held in one hand, longest coin spin, fastest game of operation, most shoelaces tied in one minute, most CDs flipped in one minute, loudest shout, loudest scream, loudest clap and loudest whistle.
Try packing some simple items to play games - a friend of mine takes a selection of coloured clothes pegs and fixes them around the park then sends the children in search of them - the first one back with all the pegs is the winner.
So we erected a fancy new clothesline and bought a new supply of clothes pegs.
New weather-predicting clothes pegs designed by a Birmingham student could stop clean washing from getting drenched in the rain.
What started with odds and ends given to him as a child by friends and relatives has grown into a jam-packed display, including such finds as an old musket, Beeman's chewing gum, clothes pegs and floppy disks.
The lorries, campervans and cars with trailers will take dried and tinned foods, toiletries, vitamins, nappies, clothes pegs, washing lines and a whole range of `basic goods'.
Holly even brings home bras, knickers and socks with clothes pegs still attached.
The umbrella repair man who worked with a pair of sharp-nosed pliers while standing at your door, and gypsy women and children selling clothes pegs and pinches of lucky white heather tied with green ribbon.
Masterminds at the club's commercial department have clearly outdone themselves by adding clothes pegs to their merchandise offering.