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Pins

(pinz),
Emil, physician in Hapsburg Empire, 1845-1913. See: Pins sign, Pins syndrome.

PINS

(pĭnz)
persons in need of supervision.
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HOW TO SET THE PINS Many bowhunters make the mistake of sighting-in their bows too quickly.
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Even when miniaturized, connectors with traditional male pins and female receptacles take up valuable space.
Like all Black Gold sights, the Ascent Verdict features the brightest pins on the market thanks to SkyCoil Technology.
The firing pin stop may be a bit wobbly and still work fine, just as an extractor can clock a bit and still work fine.
IF YOU FORCE THE SEAT UP WITHOUT PULLING THE PIN, YOU COULD ELONGATE THE PIN HOLE OR BREAK THE PIN WHEN IT CATCHES ON THE OPENING.
In many instances, designers are turning to pin fin heat sinks, which are considered to be one of the most effective heat sink technologies available.
To further spotlight your promotion, schedule weekly demonstrations from September through November featuring a baking cookbook author, or local restaurant pastry chefs demonstrating how to best use the equipment you have in your store from rolling pins to food processors to stand mixers.
Up to four pins are contained within a single, smaller cylinder mechanism.
As people are increasingly paying with PIN, and more and more retailers are upgrading their point-of-sale technology, all of our cards start to become much less attractive to the card criminals.
With only six pins, they are extremely easy to use and have a short learning curve for anyone not experienced in designing with microcontrollers.
One of Spirol's customers was experiencing shear failure in their assembly, where spring pins are used to locate two precision ground hardened components.