belt buckle


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Noun1.belt buckle - the buckle used to fasten a beltbelt buckle - the buckle used to fasten a belt  
belt - a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
buckle - fastener that fastens together two ends of a belt or strap; often has loose prong
prong - a pointed projection
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belt buckle

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The car firm said it will contact affected owners by mail to arrange to have the seat belt buckle inspected or replaced.
A World War One belt buckle bearing the crest of the Austro-Hungarian Empire was among 2000 items discovered during an archaeological dig beneath the ramparts of Stirling Castle.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association, 'In certain passenger seating and vehicle situations, the second-row centre seating position seat belt buckle could cause the left outboard seat belt to become unlatched.'
This wearable belt buckle multi-tool is the perfect gadget for the tinkerer, the tech, the handyman, or anyone who appreciates convenience in a practical form.
There are two more cool prizes in this giveaway-a Colt mini replica revolver and a 2nd Amendment belt buckle from Hampton B Weaver.
He then kicked Mr Francis to the ground and hit him with the belt buckle, injuring his side.
Dana Pierce revealed that the county was being tasked to look into allegations that Howard whipped his six-year-old son with a belt buckle that left bruises on the boy's extremeties.
He maintained that he had not been carrying the weapon, which doubled up as a belt buckle, and that he had given the belt away after being requested to take it off by two women he met in the pub during a heavy drinking session.
For example, People Tool 6, "The Belt Buckle," is derived from a professional football player, a defensive linesman who said great runners could fake with their eyes, heads, and shoulders, but "they can't fake with their belt buckle." Fox applies this to life in a meaningful way.
More 'mechanical luxury for gentlemen' from Roland Iten is this white gold belt buckle nicknamed Goldfinger.