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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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Distant variants in exons 3, 4, 8, 12, and 22 were also genotyped by using 2 snapback primers with hairpins of different stabilities that allowed all allele melting temperatures ([T.
In the closing stages of the race, the first corner hairpin would see the defining moment as contact between two cars just in front of me produced the red flag, signalling a premature end to the race.
Fasten it down with hairpins after you tuck in any ends.
When the wreath is covered, use more hairpins, glue, or floral picks to add color accents.
The human lentiviral shRNAmir library is no exception, allowing us to target any gene in the human genome with microRNA-adapted hairpins.
There are also heroines who arrive on stage without any hairpins at all (the hair is down).
She plans to distribute toy cars sent along by a co-worker, along with barrettes, hairpins, ponytail holders, tubes of lip gloss and tiny bottles of nail polish she purchased herself.
The slow-speed hairpins will not favour the turbo-charged R8.
She adds that some brides are removing their traditional veils after the ceremony and wearing the jeweled hairpins for the reception.
Make a bun or attach a hairpiece with crisscrossed bobby pins or long hairpins with one end twisted upward.
Tiaras are still ultra-popular, she says, but crystal-accented hairpins and barrettes, as well as Mellies Sparkles, which attach to the hair with Velcro, are also star-struck looks.
Long and straight or pulled up in a bun, accented with Mellies Sparkles or diamond hairpins.