The Duke thinks my letter does not signify one pin.
But being angry, and perhaps a little scared, I beat him to his quarters with a belaying pin.
Two guy ropes are used at each end, the guy pins being placed in front of the corner pins.
The house has got a tight roof and good underpinnin', and if your folks feel like payin' out a little money for paint 'n' paper you can fix it up neat's a pin.
With my sabre I parried his thrust, only receiving a slight flesh-wound from its point in the arm, which felt at the time like the prick of a pin.
All unsling and open the blanket rolls and take out the shelter half, poles, and pins.
It did not take long to make it as clean as a pin.
She was an eighteen-foot whaleboat of the ordinary type, equipped with oars and thole-pins.
But his former friend interposed his sturdy bulk, and opposed his leaving the house; and when Robin Oig attempted to make his way by force, he hit him down on the floor, with as much ease as a boy bowls down a nine-pin.
Other engines hold their valve by a clamp and pin.
Tut, a pin!
From the centre of the shaft describe a circle with the diameter equal to the throw of the valve; another circle to represent the crank shaft; and a third circle to represent the path of the crank pin.
The younger members of both Sigma Beta and Alpha Kappa counseled early and enthusiastic "rushing" of the new prize, but the Juniors and Seniors, wise in their day and generation, brought out a number of damning facts which would need to be taken into consideration if Sylvia wore their pin.
Draw the transverse centre line, answering to the centre line of the crank shaft, on the sole plate of the engine, or on the cylinder mouth if the engine be of the direct action kind; describe a circle of the diameter of the crank pin upon the large eye of the crank, and mark off on either side of the transverse centre line a distance equal to the semi-diameter of the crank pin.
I tell you I just helped to pick up Judge Amidon and his son, murdered in their own hayfield not three miles from here, the boy as full of arrows as a cushion of pins.
Heathen philosophers drive out one love with another, as they do a peg, or pin with a pin.
Somebody ought to turn that vice inquiry on to the tracks of that thirty-dollar-a-week girl in the Irish crochet waist and the diamond bar pin.
There is a stout rail on deck, at the base of each mast, where a number of braces, lifts, and buntlines are belayed to the pins.
By the mirror was a grotesque little china monster with his mouth full of hat-pins.
You must remember that we stated that the key was tapering or a wedged shape, and as a wedge, is equally as powerful as a screw, and you must bear in mind that a slight tap will bring these two boxes up tight against the wrist pin.
It describes a lubber-land, or fool's paradise, where the geese fly down all roasted on the spit, bringing garlic in their bills for their dressing, and where there is a nunnery upon a river of sweet milk, and an abbey of white monks and gray, whose walls, like the hall of little King Pepin, are "of pie-crust and pastry crust," with flouren cakes for the shingles and fat puddings for the pins.
Like an arrow, Mien-yaun flew to the arms of Ching-ki-pin.
As I had some opinion of my son's prudence, I was willing enough to entrust him with this commission; and the next morning I perceived his sisters mighty busy in fitting out Moses for the fair; trimming his hair, brushing his buckles, and cocking his hat with pins.
But he found nothing more important than a rolling-pin.
Beat the sheets of dough very hard on both sides with the rolling pin.
As soon as the tent is pitched each man arranges his equipment and the contents of his pack in the tent and stands at attention in front of his own half on line with the front guy-rope pin.
Next day Kimberley entered his jewellers to consult him concerning a scarf-pin.
He patted her highly glittering hair and adjusted a pin.
Making a hasty search in the dark, I found a broken knife and an iron belaying-pin.
PASTE BOARD and ROLLING PIN.
SEE The clue of the new pin.
NOTE.--The use of the hand ax and the pick mattock in organizations equipped with the intrenching tool is authorized for the purpose of driving shelter tent pins.
The point of a pin.
SEE The clue of the new pin.
"You may imagine," said the man in the corner, "what severe cross-examination the gallant Colonel had to undergo in order that his assertions might in some way be shaken by the prosecution, but with military precision and frigid calm he repeated his important statements amidst a general silence, through which you could have heard the proverbial pin.
The black-headed pins.
The fairy who lodges in this place has left a something of herself on all which surrounds her, and that something transforms all into jewels, even the least pin.
The front corners of the tent are pinned by the front rank men, the odd number holding the poles, the even number driving the pins.
The host of the Roach House bore both fork and object to a window, where the light was less deceptive, and was presently able to announce confidently that the object was only a hair-pin.
It's a rolling-pin.
Flyaway was seated in a chair, busily engaged in picking dirt out of the heels of her boots with a pin.
The Dwarf paid no attention to that, but gave her another eye-opener with the pin.
Nobody saw him do it, but it was easy to prove it on him afterwards, for he dropped the pin on the floor when he had finally got through with it, and everybody recognised it as one of his scarf-pins.
Journal d'une femme de cinquante ans; memoires de la Marquise de la Tour du Pin.
There's not a lump as big as a pin!
And when she brought it, I drew out the imitation pearl pins and put them between my teeth, and jammed the hat on my head and skewered it savagely with the pins.
Six Minutes.--Lameness perceptibly less; there was no response whatever on the inside of the leg to the prick of a pin.
Meanwhile the man went into her room for the pin.
"Well, the poor old widow near collapsed and Rathbone and the marine had to hold hard to keep her on her pins.