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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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Then push out the hinge pushpin at the front and remove the top cover in order to clean inside if necessary.
A name to reckon with across Atlanta wedding photography, PushPin is a team of seasoned photographers husband and wife duo.
retailers such as Supervalu (brands include Jenica Peak, Pacific Flyway, Q Vineyards), Whole Foods (carries H&G, Grandmaster, PushPin Rose and others), Cost Plus World Market (Foodies) and many other brands for other retailers.
But we see examples of just this in a Facebook campaign launched by Pushpin Mehina (real name Ron
If they don't spin easily, slightly loosen the pushpin anchoring the base cup to the pencil.
When you click on a pushpin, you will see specific listings.
"The link calls up Google Maps with a pushpin for the location of your library and an overlay window that provides basic information such as library hours," Engard explains.
Not only can you import data from a CSV file into Google Earth, but you can also assign a different color to each data point's pushpin based on a number in the data point's record.
A pushpin goes through it center and fixes it on an horizontal plank, allowing rotational motion exclusively.
Since reason cannot say that one goal is objectively better than another--in Bentham's famous phrase "pushpin [a children's game] is as good as poetry"--our only basis for action is the actual desires that people have.
They include the ability to match front-end valuations with back-end claims, prefilled property-specific information from the ISO PushPin database, and sophisticated modeling algorithms to make reliable replacement-cost estimates based on minimal property data.
For Safe2Pee, the results are pushpin icons that represent bathrooms sprinkled over a map.