safety pin


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a pin in the form of a clasp

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Piece of cotton fabric measuring 102 x 76cm (40 x 30in) 117cm (46in) cord for the drawstring Scraps of coloured fabric for the applique Spray fabric adhesive Large safety pin
In a shoot for fashion magazine Nylon, marketing editor Michelle Reneau said: "Emma didn't want to wear earrings - so at one point she took a safety pin, cut off the sharp end and put it through her ear.
London, July 2 (ANI): Model-turned-actress Milla Jovovich caused a stir after she stepped out in a daring dress similar to Elizabeth Hurley's 1994 black Versace gown, which was fastened together with large safety pins in 1994, at a fashion show.
A flatmate was even charged pounds 2 after he left a safety pin in a drawer.
So if you feel a little tug on the back of your coveralls at the end of the mission, reach back and make sure the safety pin is pushed in all the way.
Safety Pin Bracelets" is a craft manual for girls to help them create 10 easy-to follow bracelet designs, complete with supplies of safety pins, beads, metallic elastic cord, bracelet designs, and customizable design grids "Safety Pin Bracelets" is created by a publisher whose mission statement is the following: "Create wonderful things.
The dress with unusual safety pin detailing around the bust was reminiscent of a rather iconic Versace gown worn by the fashion world's darling, Liz Hurley, back in 1994.
The bolt holding the drawbar in the hitch mechanism didn't have a safety pin attached (I hadn't checked it when I was looking over the other connections).
Since maintenance personnel were doing the turn instead of aircrew, when it came time to drop the tailhook, the plane captain hadn't removed the safety pin for the tailhook.
In this big picture, find the whale, canoe, envelope, baseball bat, ruler, rabbit, safety pin, domino, candy cane, crown, heart, clamshell, butterfly, artist's brush, banana, bell, tube of toothpaste, screwdriver, and pliers.
The NNA report said the unexploded grenade was found without a safety pin.
Don't forget to throw in a few of the ever-helpful safety pin and a coil of twine if you want.
I did one on him, too: I was sober and it came out way better Safety pin, black India ink, and a little piece of thread wrapped around the safety pin.
Handicapped by having trodden on a safety pin (he was lame the following day) and by young Ronnie Franklin's impatient riding tactics, the 3-10 favourite was clear on the home turn but weakened to finish behind Coastal and Golden Act.
1849: The safety pin was patented by Walter Hunt of New York - he made it in only three hours and later sold the rights for 400 dollars to pay debts.
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