a slender wire nail having either a small, deep head or a projection to one side of the head end.
to fasten with brads.
a male given name.
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a small tapered nail having a small head that is either symmetrical or formed on one side only
Ray (Douglas) 1920–2012, U.S. science-fiction writer. Contemporary Examples Inside Author Ray Bradbury’s FBI File: Was He a Communist Sympathizer? Clark Merrefield August 27, 2012 Great New Reads The Daily Beast October 30, 2010 Ray Bradbury, Dead at 91, Taught Generations of Readers How to Dream Malcolm Jones June 5, 2012 Great New Reads The Daily […]
Edward, 1695–1755, British general in America. a city in SW Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh: the site of General Braddock’s defeat by the French and Indians 1755. Contemporary Examples Mayor of Inspiration Samuel P. Jacobs October 9, 2010 Mayor of Inspiration Samuel P. Jacobs October 9, 2010 Live Chat with John Fetterman The Daily Beast October 13, […]
a town in SE Pennsylvania.
Gamaliel, 1863–1932, U.S. biographer and novelist. Roark [rawrk,, rohrk] /rɔrk,, roʊrk/ (Show IPA), 1896–1948, U.S. novelist and short-story writer. William, 1590–1657, Pilgrim settler: second governor of Plymouth Colony 1621–56. William, 1663–1752, American printer, born in England. a city in West Yorkshire, in N England. a city in N Pennsylvania. Braford. a male given name. Contemporary […]