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Synonyms for pushpin

a tack for attaching papers to a bulletin board or drawing board

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So, we hope to see you at the exciting wedding exposition amidst live music, burlesque and booze," smiled one of the founder members of PushPin Events.
Reach inside the cup, and push the pushpin through the center of the cup and into the top of the pencil's eraser.
1 exported the results into a CSV file and imported them into Google Earth, but this time, I had Google Earth color code the pushpins based on asking price: $0 to $50,000--green; $50,000 to $ 100,000--yellow; and $100,000 to $150,000--red.
If light from only one angle illuminates the backside of the pushpin, almost all of it will be refracted or reflected away from the camera, resulting in the completely dark image shown.
single-hole punch * ruler * 5 3-ounce paper cups * pencil with unused eraser * pushpin * 2 straws * tape * marker * clock or watch with a secondhand
At the beginning of each presentation, students will place a pushpin in a world map that hangs on the wall, to represent where the people in their story originated.
Faced with replacing a system of pushpin wall maps and hardcopy plans with update delays of 2-3 years, the Water Authority has implemented a system over the past 6 years that now boasts 24 hour update times and an eightfold reduction in personnel managing the map base.
My solution was to place them in a relevant, interesting environment and create special effects that enhance the idea and create scale, like a giant pushpin holding up the tiny note from a worm.
Clicking a location pushpin displays all of the resources that are on that job.
In the new design, the holes are formed with a lead-in chamfer to facilitate pushpin insertion and a counterbore formed inside the hole that creates a shoulder to hold the pins in place.
Using a pushpin, make a hole in the center of the metal bottom of the 2 inch piece that you cut from the canister.
The childish game of pushpin, said Bentham, is as good as poetry.
A plastic pushpin would do for one or to make an arrangement of CDs on a wall.
When Molly opens a cupboard and finds a butcher knife used as a pushpin, she blandly observes, "You still use your wedding presents.
That article nestled into a corner of my studio bulletin board under a red pushpin for the better part of a decade: I wasn't quite ready to do anything about the idea of champion trees yet, nor was I ready to make it the obsession or my future.