stick pin


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stick pin

n (Am) → fermacravatta m inv
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Well, I hope he won't stick pins into you, Duchess," laughed Dorian.
Why, I remember the time when old Maunders as had three-and-twenty wans--I remember the time when old Maunders had in his cottage in Spa Fields in the winter time, when the season was over, eight male and female dwarfs setting down to dinner every day, who was waited on by eight old giants in green coats, red smalls, blue cotton stockings, and high-lows: and there was one dwarf as had grown elderly and wicious who whenever his giant wasn't quick enough to please him, used to stick pins in his legs, not being able to reach up any higher.
I have seen them (ladies, I am sorry to say, as well as gentlemen) go out, day after day, for example, with empty pill-boxes, and catch newts, and beetles, and spiders, and frogs, and come home and stick pins through the miserable wretches, or cut them up, without a pang of remorse, into little pieces.
Any stick pin or place on the map (left) can be hyperlinked directly to an archived appraisal PDF, photo, URL or any executable file.
Yet few know that Keller was no one dimensional stick pin of inspiration.
With his easy smile, soft Carolinian accent, and big diamond stick pin confidently set in the middle of his tie, Godfrey is one serene lobbyist.
Clicking on the stick pin shows all the data listed in the spreadsheet.
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By clicking on the stick pin, the information listed in your spreadsheet about that location is displayed on the map.
Look out for a variety of styles and materials used including diamond set examples, many with precious stones and pearls, the most desirable stick pin being an enamel decorated pin by W Essex of a hound expected to realise pounds 80.
The most expensive item was a gold stick pin containing a photograph of Brown, which was sold to an unknown telephone bidder for pounds 4370.
Participants were given voodoo dolls representing their spouses and asked to stick pins into their replicas (to measure aggressive impulses) and to blast their replicas with noise through headphones (to measure aggression).