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thumbtack

chiefly US and Canadian a short tack with a broad smooth head for fastening papers to a drawing board, etc.
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Push Pin Posters is a display of 40 eye-catching posters created by Push Pin Studio's cofounders Seymour Chwast and Milton Glaser.
Punch a very small hole in the center of the bottom of each cup with a push pin. By wiggling the pin, you can slightly enlarge the hole, but the hole should be no bigger than the string.
Uberti instead utilizes a non-prototypical Colt-style "smokeless powder" spring-loaded push pin in the frame.
Much more instructive would be to have a look at the Push Pin Wall Map on the office wall of the US Ambassador in Beirut.
The work is introduced with an essay by American designer and cofounder of the Push Pin Studios, Seymour Chwast.
To connect, click on the smiley face or push pin icon at the bottom of every page.
You need: a pencil with an eraser, tape, scissors, and a push pin. (After they cut out their pinwheels, you can also have them glue a plain piece of paper to the back and decorate the outside.) Have them carefully cut along the red diagonal lines just up to the center circle.
Four accessories are available: Task Lamp, Painter's Cups, Instruction Stand and Push Pin Strips.
PTR's slotted aluminum tactical forend will take as many screw-on lengths of rail as you'd care to add but is held on with a bolt instead of the customary push pin. M-Lok and KeyMod forends, which are available from Aim Sports, HKParts.net and other sources, are also held on with a screw.
"Somebody brought a push pin and poked him all up and down his back," Greig said.
ATS maxiFLOW[TM] heat sinks are available with thermal tape, push pin or its patented maxiGRIP[TM] attachment methodology.