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clasp

[klasp]
(design engineering)
A releasable catch which holds two or more objects together.

CLASP

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Some of my new clutches, such as the bamboo with the Buddha clasp, can be used as home decor.
But he has been denied the Bomber Command Clasp because he was based in Foggia, Italy and not the UK during the conflict.
Open Clasp won last year's Small Charity of the Year award after judges heard how its work is directly informed by the lived experiences of the women it works with, and how it is committed to working in partnership and engaging with policymakers providing vital first-hand research, evaluation and recommendations.
Open Clasp was awarded the 2013 Emma Humphreys Prize; a national award for outstanding contribution in raising awareness of violence against women and children.
Each character's flaw--whether it be Victor's apathy, Kezia's need to be needed or Nathaniel's self-absorption--is relatable, and The Clasp speaks to flaws in humanity and friendships in a charming and realistic way.
CLASP has led appliance market transformation programs around the globe for more than 15 years.
A group of us got together and contacted the MoD, but we were initially told that he didn't qualify for the clasp.
The solution is obviously a clasp specially produced for all RAF personnel serving with 205 Strategic Bomber Group.
It would be a great source of pride to me to get the clasp.
Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with World War II veterans after presenting them with clasps during the Bomber Command and Arctic Star medal presentations at Downing Street yesterday
The stolen souvenirs included a 1939 to 1945 Star, the Atlantic Star, the Africa Star, the Pacific Star, the Burma Clasp, the Pacific Clasp, the Atlantic Clasp, France and Germany medal, and the Malta medal.
The civil and structural design engineers have been appointed on the pounds 5 million project due to their expertise of refurbishment of CLASP projects, which are notoriously inflexible in terms of modification.