A pin is an object that is used to fasten things together. It is often made of steel, copper, or brass, and has a sharp, pointy end. Sewing pins have a long and thin metal point with a round plastic head. Push pins, also referred to as thumb tacks, have a short metal pointy end, with a plastic head for pushing them into a surface such as a cork board. Safety pins are often used to fasten material together and have a simple spring mechanism and a clasp to enclose the pin's sharp end.
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Many people like to bowl in their spare time, whether competitively or just for fun. Find information about this popular sport as well as links to bowling equipment suppliers.
A child smiles and places her hands atop a multicolored bowling ball, as a bowling lane and pins stretch out behind her. Whether you are an adult or a child, the sport of bowling conjures up fun, laughter, and time spent with friends and family.
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