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hairpin

1. The wedge used to tighten some types of form ties.
2. A hairpin-shaped anchor set in place while concrete is plastic.
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Sheldon Lewis, who caused a female officer's hairclip to come loose, lost his artificial ear when police tried to arrest him.
Contents of bag: Camera film, scrunchie, hairclip, make-up bag, purse, mobile, three pens, diary, small purse and a letter in plastic folder.
Add personal touches like a favourite colour bauble, bunch of herbs, pine cone, sparkly brooch or hairclip.
Their renewed-and-blossoming romantic and sexual relationship is confirmed by Winona's confession that she lost a hairclip in Raylan's hotel room when they were together days earlier (Lobato & Goldwyn, 2010), the sustained eye contact between the two after Raylan responds "I already tried that" when she asks if he is still planning to leave Kentucky (Lobato & Goldwyn, 2010), and Winona removing her wedding ring when she arrives unexpectedly at Raylan's hotel room in the middle of the night on the same day that her husband has moved out of their home (Andron & Katleman, 2010).
2 KELLY OSBOURNE, 28 Reporting from the red carpet Kel looked stylish in flowing Tony Ward with a retro hairclip.
I found a hairclip and the shoe that my brother said he had seen earlier.
Arabic Newspaper Hairclip Since we have so much Arabic newspaper left over from our last craft, today we thought it might be fun to make a hairclip.
She wrote to the star's daughter asking only for a memento, like a hairclip.
At her six-month review in mid-July 2010, Saw do was told that the cedar bough she hung above the door in the office she shared with another woman, the photos of her children and other family members dressed in First Nations regalia, the inclusion of "megwich" in her emails, and her beaded earrings, beaded hairclip and the long braid she often wore her hair in, were all deemed "too Aboriginal," were bothering her co-workers and were inappropriate for the work place.