Rosehead

Rose´head`


n.1.See Rose, n., 4.
2.A many-sided pyramidal head upon a nail; also a nail with such a head.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Begley, of Rosehead in North Belfast, was granted bail with several conditions imposed.
These can be decorative if you use rosehead nails or cut nails.
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Hindsight's a wonderful thing..given a chance to go back he wouldn't do it again JUSTIN ROSEHEAD START Rose signs the hat of a young fan as he prepares for this week's Scottish Open
Garden Trading has utility room essentials, ranging from a Rosehead Hook Rail, PS32, to a Kitchen Bin and Mini Bin in fashionable charcoal grey, PS45 and PS22.
Garden Trading has essentials, ranging from a Rosehead Hook Rail, PS32, to a kitchen bin and mini bin in charcoal grey, PS45 and PS22.
The tines' mounting strap was secured with a through bolt, a yoke and three rosehead nails, one of which remains intact.
Everything from fleur de lys curtain poles, rosehead iron nails and cast-iron door knockers to Belfast sinks and Turks head toilet brushes.
The Period House Shops even sell nails - rosehead nails, such as you would have found in the 12th century.
The accident at Rosehead happened just three weeks after Conor's fifth birthday and shattered the family in an instant.
Conor O'Neill was just five when he was knocked down as he cycled near his home in Rosehead, North Belfast, in June 2014.
Little Conor O'Neill's mum and two siblings looked on in horror as he was struck near his home in Rosehead, North Belfast, on June 11 last year.