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safety pins

safety pins
The term generally refers to a set of pins of an ejection seat, which when in position disarm or make the ejection seat safe.
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Advanced Mobility could have prevented his death by using simple safety devices like safety pins, and jacks and implementing procedures to ensure hydraulic energy was isolated.
Liz O'Neill with her dog Marley at Dryclough Rec where they found a chicken laced with safety pins
It was a good thing that Shayk's team was able to come up with simple tactics to save her from blushing with the use of ever reliable safety pins.
Or at least have someone around who can attach safety pins properly.
The dress with unusual safety pin detailing around the bust was reminiscent of a rather iconic Versace gown worn by the fashion world's darling, Liz Hurley, back in 1994.
In a pinch, an injured shoulder can be immobilized with just a few safety pins and the clothing a patient is wearing, according to Dr.
Don't forget to throw in a few of the ever-helpful safety pin and a coil of twine if you want.
Staple underneath if the seat is removable, or tuck at the front corners with two hidden safety pins or stitches, Velcro, or iron-on Stitch Witch, and tie to the two outside back rungs with ribbon ties.
Sample game suggestions include guessing how many safety pins are tucked inside a baby food jar, an active balloon game in which everyone ties a balloon around his or her ankle and tries to stomp other people's balloons while protecting their own, asking guests to fill an empty wine bottle with messages for the baby's 16th birthday (then give the creation to the baby when he or she turns 16), and more.
Like their Los Angeles counterparts Sparks, the group was ahead of its time--smart-mouthed, vintage suit--wearing bon vivants in an era of safety pins, leather jackets, and art school dropouts.
Other items mentioned in the survey were safety pins, spare car light bulbs and even condoms.
Colonial Medical Assisted Devices offers Primus Medical's Prime Snap, designed to replace metal alligator clips and safety pins used with magnetic or pull-pin alarms.