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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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This is something we in the First State have known for a long time, but Im thrilled Thumbtack has highlighted just how much we have to offer.
Thumbtack examined those cities where black-owned businesses are reporting success.
The Control of Haemostasis of Presacral Venous Haemorrhage with Sterile Thumbtacks and Roller Gauze Experience in Managing a Case of Recurrent Ovarian Cancer.
We are excited to be able to reveal this new survey, which will capture the sentiment of over ten thousand small service providers nationwide on a monthly basis," said Jon Lieber, Chief Economist of Thumbtack, in a statement.
small-business owners participated in this year's survey by Thumbtack.
One of the companies Amazon contacted in January was San Francisco-based Thumbtack, a startup that serves as a matchmaker between consumers and 63,000 service providers including photographers, tutors and others.
Stretch twine across a board or wall and decide where you want to place thumbtack or nail.
Balzan, moreover, convincingly explains that the value of a sample product may not reflect the value of a promised investment; an offer to invest $50,000 in thumbtack manufacturing, for example, does not make a sample thumbtack worth $50,000.
And there are those thumbtack holes she'll most likely never be able to hide completely.
Press a thumbtack through the center of a windmill face and into the end of an eraser.
Otto Lindstedt received a patent for the thumbtack on January 1904.
Schwartz' team picks up those signals through an array of microelectrodes half the size of a thumbtack that has been implanted in the monkey's brain.