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Synonyms for rivet

to compel, as the attention, interest, or imagination, of

Synonyms for rivet

ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)

heavy pin having a head at one end and the other end being hammered flat after being passed through holes in the pieces that are fastened together

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fasten with a rivet or rivets

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| | Frederick Barnett, 18, warmer, of 77, Elin Street | George Davies, 17, warmer, of 74, Holmesdale Street | DJ Thomas, 19, warmer, of 44, Adeline Street | Fred Algar, 27, holder-up, of Corporation Road | Walter Roots, 33, labourer, of 99, Broadway | John Thomas Morris, 29, riveter, of 14, Alexander Street | |Thomas Powell, 31, warmer, of 14, Romily Crescent | Harry Palgrave, 31, riveter, of 159, Clare Road | David Thomas, 17, warmer, of 11, Llanmaes Street | Archie Lewis, 18, warmer, of 52, Redlaver Street | Fred J Haggerty, 20, warmer, of 15, Cambridge Street | David John Creek, 23, fitter, of 32, Major Road, Canton
J Thomas, 19, warmer, of 44, Adeline Street | Fred Algar, 27, holder-up, of Corporation Road | Walter Roots, 33, labourer, of 99, Broadway | John Thomas Morris, 29, riveter, of 14, Alexander Street | Thomas Powell, 31, warmer, of 14, Romily Crescent | Harry Palgrave, 31, riveter, of 159, Clare Road | David Thomas, 17, warmer, of 11, Llanmaes Street | Archie Lewis, 18, warmer, of 52, Redlaver Street | Frederick J Haggerty, 20, warmer, of 15, Cambridge Street | David John Creek, 23, fitter, of 32, Major Road, Canton
J Thomas, 19, warmer, 44 Adeline Street | Fred Algar, 27, holder-up, Corporation Road | Walter Roots, 33, labourer, 99 Broadway | Thomas Morris, 29, riveter, 14 Alexander Street | Thomas Powell, 31, warmer, 14 Romily Crescent | Harry Palgrave, 31, riveter, 159 Clare Road | David Thomas, 17, warmer, 11 Llanmaes Street | Archie Lewis, 18, warmer, 52 Redlaver Street | Fred J Haggerty, 20, warmer, 15 Cambridge Street | David John Creek, 23, fitter, 32, Major Road, Canton
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Lockart worked as a riveter at the Howard Aircraft Corp.
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"Rosie the Riveters" are renowned for the ways in which they contributed to the Allied war effort by working in manufacturing jobs during the war.
Rosie & the Riveters are so infectiously fun that it's impossible not to like this talented foursome from Saskatoon.
Elinor Otto was one of the original Rosie the Riveters, the thousands of women who took on jobs for men deployed overseas during World War II.
Red polka dot bandannas ruled the day on October 24, when more than 2,090 women and girls gathered at Willow Run Airport to break the Guinness World Record of the most "Rosie the Riveters" in one space.
Two readers sent us copies of this photograph, believed to be of a group of metal riveters who were employed by building company Dorman Long.
The Harland and Wolff shipyards are largely dormant now, a place where sailmakers, rope makers, shipwrights, boilermakers, riveters, steel pressers, painters and a host of long-lost tradesmen toiled building the might of the British Empire.
Diesel-powered cranes moved huge chunks of steel through the air, welders beaded metal seams, and riveters hammered rivets.
During World War II, Beatrice worked for Reed & Prince Company and was known as one of the famed "Rosie the Riveters".