ball-point

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ball-point

[ˈbɔːlˌpɔɪnt] ball-point pen [ˈbɔːlˌpɔɪntˈpɛn] npenna a sfera
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We spotted Scribbilicious fine line coloured pens (30-pack) half price at PS3, A4 refill pad (160 pages) down from PS2.99 to PS1, A5 Wiro "She believed she could so she did" lined notebook slashed from PS8 to PS2, 72 ball-point assorted coloured pens down from PS14.94 to PS5.50, Helix Oxford limited-edition nine-piece maths set for PS4 instead of PS6.99 and a Toy Story 4 pencil case down from PS4.99 to PS4.
It also reported the absence of tools necessary to connect the VCM to the batteries and that some precincts were forced to use markers from previous elec tions, random ball-point pens, among others, in the absence of the markers provided by the Comission on Elections (Comelec).
Born on March 30, 1926, in southern Sweden, Kamprad started off selling matches to neighbours at the age of five and soon diversified his inventory to include seeds, Christmas tree decorations, pencils and ball-point pens.
Jacqueline Jackson offered to lend ball-point pens in Chichester and police were called.
With safety a main focus and utilizing state-of- the-art and high-performing production facilities and methods for the manufacture of highly innovative solutions, Hard Material Solutions by CERATIZIT (http://www.ceratizit.com/products/wear-protection/hard-material-solutions-by-ceratizit/) securely manages the entire process chain - from the powder to the finished product, everything from a single source, offering a broad portfolio of carbide products in all sizes: from the small pen ball for ball-point pens weighing only a few milligrams to high-pressure tools of over 700 kg for the production of synthetic diamonds.
The Dine Ink Pen Utensil Set is made of plastic and includes a fork, spoon and knife topper, which can reportedly fit any standard ball-point pen, the Daily Telegraph reported.
On the bottom of the pumpkin, sign your name with a ball-point pen.
Your ball-point pen has a nifty replacement right in the writing point.
One of them, an evocative, eyeless portrait based on a wooden mask, won a place in this year's Leeds Open exhibition and was completed rather surprisingly, using a ball-point pen.
1946: The first ball-point pen went on sale, invented by Hungarian Laszlo Biro.
1880 The earliest ball-point pen with its own ink supply and retractable tip was patented by Alonzo T Cross.