twist tie


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twist tie

n.
A short length of wire encased in a strip of paper, plastic, or foil, designed to be twisted around an item or items as a fastener.
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they dress up or monsters Thread a 5cm length of pipe cleaner or a twist tie through the tiny ring at the end of each bell and twist to secure it.
The plant felt that switching to a twist tie and hot air sealed bag would solve their production and consumer problems.
Twist a twist tie between the bundles to keep them separated.
NEW YORK-Although there is at least one ingenious mother-in-law out there who believes a colored twist tie is the easiest and most practical way to identify her wine glass at parties, plenty of manufacturers and retailers are banking on wine charms as the add-on item for the summer.
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A floral attractant, a feeding stimulant, and an insecticide might be impregnated in the kind of twist tie used to close garbage bags, for example.
You can also use half the bag for a half recipe, using a twist tie to close the bag, which (still dry) will continue to keep on the shelf for years.
Country of origin declarations can be in the form of a placard, sign, Label, sticker, band, twist tie, pin tag or other format that allows consumers to identify country of origin.
This may be kept in place by elastic bands or a wire twist tie.
Bend each twist tie around a pasta bow tie, then twist the ends together to make antennae.
Each size bag will be available in both high-count packs plus low-count packs in both drawstring and twist tie options.