pair of tweezers

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Noun1.pair of tweezers - a hand tool for holding consisting of a compound lever for graspingpair of tweezers - a hand tool for holding consisting of a compound lever for grasping
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
roach clip, roach holder - metal tweezers used by marijuana smokers to hold a roach
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They showed three shapes of acoustic force field work; one resembling a pair of tweezers, a vortex that sucks objects in and a "cage" that surrounds them.
The shapes resemble a pair of tweezers, a vortex and a cage.
To demonstrate their device's utility, the researchers combined two onion muscles into a pair of tweezers, which they used to pick up a cotton ball.
c) The Seller agrees to free lending of 4 sets of implant, consisting of a pair of tweezers and injector for the duration of the contract;
In addition, specialty hand tools such as an Exacto knife, an ESD-safe pair of tweezers and a dental pick were employed.
Peering through a magnifying glass, he carefully picks up a miniscule piece of metal with a pair of tweezers and begins the pain-staking task of filing it into the working mechanism of a watch.
The finished result should look as though your brows have barely met a pair of tweezers.
Alongside the tablet, a few white face hairs adorn a square of black foam, alongside a pair of tweezers.
The prosthesis that has been developed is called the Delft Cylinder Hand and Smit says that users should be able to operate it easily: writing and using a pair of tweezers pose no problems, for example.
In the same way that a facial extracts goo from the pores on your face, a Vajacial extracts ingrown hairs with a pair of tweezers.
A pair of tweezers is usually pretty good for doing this.