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eyelet

small metal grommet protecting a perforation in e.g. leather
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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.
Thick surgical sutures are threaded through the end of the ripped tendon or ligament and then tied down to the eyelet hole of a small metal bone anchor which is firmly inserted and fixed in the bone.
Eyelet Toolmakers, Watertown, CT, a manufacturer of metal products for the cosmetics industry was one such company affected by the changes.
Mojo Designs Inc has ported its Eyelet embedded graphical user interface development software to Intel Corp's StrongARM chip.
When you reach the next to last eyelet on each side, thread the lace through the top eyelet rather than crossing over to the eyelet on the other side.
Skip an eyelet if a bump on the top of the foot or a high arch causes pain (d), Frey advises.
Take inspiration from the runway and stitch a color-blocked eyelet dress in two vivid hues for a fun and fashionable look.
With circular needle and A, cast on 200 sts if using the twisted edge cast on, 199 sts for the eyelet edge cast on, or 200 sts for the fringe edge cast on.
Pink prom dress prom dress PS60 Topshop T avy lace dress Navy lace dress White hite & beige PS70 PS65 SPLURGE The highlight of Givenchy's SS15 show was this stand-out black and white eyelet jacket - with an eye-watering price tag.
This latter move was associated with the formation of the George Tucker Eyelet Company Ltd and its acquisition by the huge United Shoe Machinery Company of Boston in the United States of America.
The sales lady demonstrated how to make eyelets in the curtain tops - measuring, folding and cutting the holes to clip on each eyelet.
To hang them, choose the eyelet curtain pole with mother-of-pearl midial, from pounds 60.