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cut nail

[′kət ‚nāl]
(design engineering)
A flat, tapered nail sheared from steel plate; it has greater holding power than a wire nail and is generally used for fastening flooring.

cut nail

cut nails
A nail having a wedge shape, sheared from sheet steel; has a sheared-square, blunt point.
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3 Bend the remaining shank of cut nails down with side cutters or needle-nose pliers.
Travel and other kits can be popular gift items during the holidays, and with that in mind Del's La Cross unit is offering its Festival of Color grooming sets, which are colorful metal cases that contain cuticle scissors, nail clippers, a triple cut nail file and tweezers.
He said that his department was providing social services like changed dirty cloth for Injection Drug users, cut nails, cut hairs and also provide counselling session free of cost in the city.
Labelled as a toenail clipper for cool dudes, well groomed men and stylish ladies, the new clippers are said to cut nails cleanly and precisely so that the user does not end up with cracked, split or torn nails.
These include badly cut nails - in the main this would be nails that are too short or trimmed sharply on the edges as this can lead the skin to fold over the nail area itself; the afore-mentioned sweating (and also bad foot hygiene which can be a issue for teenagers!); bad shoes - ones that are too small or ill-fitting; any sort of fungal infection and also injury, possibly sustained through sport or by dropping something on your foot.
* Cut nails straight across to minimize risk of ingrown nails.
When I did cut nails, they flew like shrapnel and the cats ran.
It offers Short Cut Nails, which the company maintains offers natural-length artificial nails that are suitable for everyday tasks and can be worn for up to 10 days.
So Dr Ennos and colleagues tore and cut nails with special scissors and tweezers and studied them.
Bomb experts recovered at the blast site cut nails and cut metal sheets used as shrapnel.