screw-in


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screw-in

Implanted; permanently fastened to tissue. Said, for example, of catheter leads used for permanent or semipermanent cardiac pacemaking.
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By eliminating the screw-in adapter, the bowhunter saves up to 15 grains and eliminates loose broadheads completely.
For now Waddle's just happy pulling on his screw-ins again after being frozen out of Hillsborough.
But with less than two minutes to go the SPL champs had the rug ripped out from under their screw-ins as sub Matias Fernandez popped up from nowhere to head Sporting Lisbon level when it seemed they had already meekly accepted defeat.
Many of Smith's players were dying in their screw-ins during that thrilling, lung-bursting victory over Dundee United and some will be patched up and sent back over the top tonight to face Partick Thistle for a Scottish Cup semi-final place.
Maurice Malpas had made a pre-match plea to Well fans to turn up early and bring their boots but any of the Fir Park faithful who had been up all night polishing their screw-ins were left disappointed.
Malpas had asked Well fans to turn up early and bring their boots but any of the Fir Park faithful who had been up all night polishing their screw-ins were left disappointed.
There is no hiding class so when it comes all packaged in metallic Nike screw-ins then, in retrospect, perhaps Brazilian superstar Kaka was always fated to emerge grasping AC Milan's ticket to the last eight of the Champions League.
The story started last Thursday when I burst my screw-ins during training and had to go and buy a pair at JJB Sports that night.
Gattuso also whipped off one of his screw-ins much to the amusement of his superstar team-mates and that of old pal Lorenzo Amoruso who was watching this bizarre show of Italian machoism from the sidelines.
He said:'I don't like wearing screw-ins but the pitches were becoming too slippy in the winter for moulded studs so Julie gave me a pair of her old boots to try.
He said: 'I don't like wearing screw-ins but the pitches were becoming too slippy in the winter for moulded studs so Julie gave me a pair of her old boots to try.