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eyelet

small metal grommet protecting a perforation in e.g. leather
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That year, this remarkable achievement led to the George Tucker Eyelet Company gaining the ''Queen's Award to Industry''.
This season's fashions, punked up with studs, chains and eyelets, have rebel written all over them, thanks to all things tough and spiky - dubbed 'hardware' in fashion speak.
to evaluate mechanically (Komi, 1990) the failure strength of the combination of standard surgical suture with each of four commonly used bone anchors as a function of anchor design, suture pull angle, and anchor eyelet rotational orientation; 2.
During the 1990s, however, EPA regulations and Connecticut restrictions on vapor degreasing and the use of chlorinated solvents led Eyelet to reevaluate its degreasing process.
The more eyelets on a shoe, the easier it is to adjust the laces for a custom fit.
For hammertoes, corns, or other toe troubles, string one end of the lace from the toe eyelet to the top and pull that lace to lift the front end of the shoe (f).
The sales lady demonstrated how to make eyelets in the curtain tops - measuring, folding and cutting the holes to clip on each eyelet.
SHOWN LEFT: Coffee table, pounds 250, sideboard, pounds 499, all from the Signature Morton Collection, Retro sofa, from pounds 699, Luxury Velvet Stripe Signature cushion, pounds 35, Signature Pure Silk cushion, pounds 25, Luxury Velvet Stripe eyelet lined curtains, from pounds 150, Signature Circo Champagne wallpaper, pounds 20 per roll, rug from a selection (see www.
Pair them with an eyelet blouse, denim skirt, straw handbag and voila
The pouch also incorporates an eyelet for attaching a wrist strap or cord for hanging (not included).
Tenders are invited for Eyelet steel 6 mm dia with washer and eyelet aluminium alloy chemically passivated with washer no.