Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs
: Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs
, the foundation of Fabricators & Manufacturers Association International in Elgin, raises donations to award scholarships of up to $3,500 to deserving students pursuing a degree in the manufacturing industry.
Where would we be without our hoofer doofers, whatsits and thingamajigs
that change channels or open doors?
A CLARION CALL TO COLLECTORS ANTIQUE gadget addict Maurice Collins will be at Antiques for Everyone fair at the NEC, Birmingham, which runs from July 20-23 with his new book published by Schiffer, price PS50, and his exhibition, which is titled From Victoria to George VI: Gadgets, Gizmo's and Thingamajigs
Too often, however, it takes only a few years of practice, plus a taste of the good life for this consuming passion to sink without a trace in the deep rugs of a well-appointed law office, amid the staccato clatter of top-of-the-line thingamajigs
and the hum of multi-horse-powered air conditioners.
So grab your Arduino Uno and start putting together Star Wars themed thingamajigs
I have collected Depression Era kitchen glassware along with gadgets, gizmos and thingamajigs
for many years.
This must be Ongpin's annex, for in this cluster of stores one finds goods and services of the kind not offered by Ongpin: dimsum, laundry, paper supplies, pipes for plumbers, paints, computer thingamajigs
, automotive parts, Hello Kitty and her ilk, textiles - a warren of wonders kept from strangers' wandering eyes.
Wings and Thingamajigs
was launched on Clean Air Day in June 2012.
A little boy and girl were playing with Tinker Toy-like thingamajigs
, the embodiment of innocence.
An example is the Nuts, Bolts, & Thingamajigs
Foundation that has evolved under the leadership of John Ratzenberger (from the TV show Made in America).
I think it's on your side of the medicine cabinet right near that battery-operated doohickey you have for trimming the hairs in your nose," she said, fortunately not taking me up on my distinction between thingamabobs and thingamajigs
To the Editor: Some time ago I wrote you to, and you were kind enough to publish my views on the need for a return to practical work in college curricula, following a thought-provoking article about John Ratzenberger and his foundation, Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs
(Letters, November 2010; original article, Input Output, April 2010).