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Synonyms for grommet

fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines

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Children with grommets in their ears are perfectly safe to fly and generally, so long as there is no diving, can go swimming after a couple of weeks without taking any precautions.
Banner Ups understands some problems cannot be resolved with a one-size-fits-all solutions, which is why Banner Ups offer fully customized grommet alternatives.
This study is confined to brush-type grommets typically used under IT racks (Figure 5).
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NATIONAL charity Deafness Research UK has sounded a warning over plans to drastically reduce the numbers of children receiving grommets for glue ear - a condition that can lead to deafness.
The grommets are never in the right place for tying down, and besides that, they tear out if the wind blows.
Uses include automotive grommets and weather seals and medical stoppers and plunger tips.
KoldLok Extended Raised Floor Grommets solve bypass airflow problems by sealing cable openings.
Tomorrow I intend to engage the tradesman in a debate about the nativity, just to see if grommets played any part.
Conveniently located knockouts provide for conduit pass-throughs, and gland grommets minimize dust around cable entry locations.