Theater. a rail on a fly gallery, wall, etc., holding two rows of pins or cleats for securing lines attached to scenery.
Nautical. a strong rail at the side of the deck of a vessel, for holding the pins to which some of the running rigging is belayed.
(nautical) a strong wooden rail or bar containing holes for belaying pins to which lines are fastened on sailing vessels Compare fife rail
[pinz] /pɪnz/ noun 1. a person of less than 16 years of age placed under the jurisdiction of a juvenile court because of habitual disobedience, intractability, or antisocial but noncriminal behavior. [pin] /pɪn/ noun 1. a small, slender, often pointed piece of wood, metal, etc., used to fasten, support, or attach things. 2. a short, […]
noun 1. a tingly, prickly sensation in a limb that is recovering from numbness. Idioms 2. on pins and needles, in a state of nervous anticipation: The father-to-be was on pins and needles. noun (functioning as sing) (informal) 1. a tingling sensation in the fingers, toes, legs, etc, caused by the return of normal blood […]
[pin-sher] /ˈpɪn ʃər/ noun 1. one of a group of related dogs including the Doberman pinscher, miniature pinscher, and affenpinscher. n. 1926, from German Pinscher, also Pinsch, probably from English pinch, in reference to its “clipped” ears.
noun 1. leather made of the skin of young seals.