It was coarse gold, running from pinheads
to a twelve-dollar nugget, and it had come from off bed-rock.
Mind you, it could be argued that by sharing millions of pictures of things they love, pinheads
are just creating clutter.
People doing the real work simply call them pinheads
His tiny sculptures, on pinheads
and in eyes of needles, were made using magnifying equipment and will go on public display.
Willard Wigan is renowned for his carvings on pinheads
and in the eye of needles.
The micro-sculptor has spent years carving works of art that are almost invisible to the naked eye, as they adorn pinheads
and the eye of needles.
I think it's because so many pinheads
have asked it so many times that it's a conditioned response.
They use the ``humour'' tag to justify their offensive views -what an obnoxious bunch of pinheads
And I have to endure pinheads
like you rusting above me for the rest of my life, always grabbing the best piece of cake first and then putting a barbed-wire fence around the rest.
The cell phone was never envisioned as an instrument of torture that garrulous pinheads
could use to inflict pain on their fellow commuters, yet this is what it has become.
Embryos the size of pinheads
have apparently been mislaid at the private Hampshire Clinic in Basingstoke, Hampshire and the nearby North Hampshire Hospital, which share facilities.
She surrounded herself with her own family of "freaks," society's outsiders, whom she deeply identified with - contortionists, Siamese twins, hermaphrodites, pinheads
- and made astoundingly accurate renditions of her heroines (Candy Darling, Edie Sedgwick, Diana Vreeland, Teri Toye, and Divine).