wire nail


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wire nail

[′wīr ‚nāl]
(design engineering)
A nail made of wire and having a circular cross section.

wire nail

wire nails
A nail made of wire, esp. a finishing nail or the like.
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Fasten part C to A and B using exterior wood glue and 1" x #18 wire nails.
In the new measure, the import duties were abolished on four groups of goods - chemicals, electric current meters, thermometers and manometers - were abolished; reduced to 5% on 215 groups such as decorative fish, organic compounds, tires, cotton yarn and hand tools; to 10% on 550 groups including paint and varnish, cosmetics, gold (not coins), platinum, zinc plates, electric equipment, watches and pens; to 15% on 456 groups such as handgloves, wire nails and toys; to 20% on 40 groups such as profile steel, iron, door and window shutters and to 25% on four other groups including profile steel I and H, and wire cord.
Wire nails are the familiar round-shanked nails we use today.
Limited Tenders are invited for Welding rod wire nails
Fasten the end to the first round of cord with wire nails and used like pins, walk around the tree as before, winding the burlap spirally upward and fastening each lap in several places with nails.
The tools needed are a hammer, saw, screwdriver, electric drill with masonry bit, rawl plugs and screws, two 1/2 inch wire nails, and a spirit level.
Limited tenders are invited for Supply of Wire Nails 2", Wire Nails 4", "Wire Nails 5"