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(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
(senseid) A leg.
A piece of jewellery that is attached to clothing with a pin.
(senseid) A simple accessory that can be attached to clothing with a pin or fastener, often round and bearing a design, logo or message, and used for decoration, identification or to show political affiliation, etc.
Either a scenario in which moving a lesser piece to escape from attack would expose a more valuable piece to being taken instead, or one where moving a piece is impossible as it would place the king in check.
The spot at the exact centre of the house (the target area)
(RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet)
(RQ:Clavell Soddered Citizen)
One of a row of pegs in the side of an ancient drinking cup to mark how much each person should drink.
(RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale)
A thing of small value; a trifle.
(RQ:Spectator) did not care a pin for her.
1949, ''Billboard'' (volume 61, page 82)
- Attracted by game operation, many invested heavily in pins and rolldowns prior to last spring.
A small cylindrical object which blocks the rotation of a pin-tumbler lock when the incorrect key is inserted.
To fasten or attach (something) with a pin.
To cause (a piece) to be in a pin.
To down (someone).
''He pinned his opponent on the mat.''
To enclose; to confine; to pen; to pound.
To attach (an icon, application, message etc.) to another item so that it persists.
2012, Ian Griffiths, ''Programming C 5.0'' (page 244)
- (..) you can use the GCHandle class mentioned earlier to pin a heap block until you explicitly unpin it.
To cause an analog gauge to reach the stop pin at the high end of the range.
1979, Al Greenwood and Lou Gramm, "Rev on the Red Line" from ''(w)'':
- Now I need to pin those needles.
(alternative form of)
(infl of): am
(nl-verb form of)
a needle without an eye (usually) made of drawn-out steel wire with one end sharpened and the other flattened or rounded into a head, used for fastening.
a slender object specially designed for use in a specific game or sport, such as skittles or bowling.
(qualifier)'' (lv-inflection of)
(nonstandard spelling of)
To tell (a story).
chili. chili pepper.
lead, (l) (gl)
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