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tweez·ers

(twēz'ĕrz),
An instrument with pincers that are squeezed together to grasp or extract fine structures. See: forceps.
[A.S. twisel, fork]

tweezers

An instrument with pincers used to grasp or extract. See Optical tweezers.
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The all-in-one kit consists of everything required to build the Tinysaur including laser cut parts, glue, tweezers, a magnifier, and printed instructions as well as a glass display dome, and wooden base to display the miniature model.
18 ( ANI ): Researchers have developed a molecular compound CLR01 dubbed "molecular tweezers," which prevents toxic proteins from aggregating or clumping together and killing brain cells in Alzheimer's disease.
VERDICT: Although they were called precision grip, I found these tweezers quite hard to use, and thus it made it difficult to grip the hairs.
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Bronstein collaborated with Bitan, who had been working with a particular molecular tweezer he had developed called CLR01.
The right tools are important for the job, and in this case, that means a good pair of tweezers (preferably slanted to get the angle).
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The tiny mosquito is coming to as O'Connor pinches the slender, dark insect gently with a tweezer.