What is the end of a bobby pin called?


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2013-07-10 22:15:01
2013-07-10 22:15:01

it is called a quickle


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Nicknames for the name Robert are Rob, Robbie, Bob, Bobbie, Bobby. A particular type of hair pin is a "bobby pin" or "bobbie pin".

1. First stick the bobby pin on the door lock. 2.Then twist the bobby pin.

the density of the honey is greater than the density of the bobby pin

no cant happen except if the key is a bobby pin then yes but if not, no.

Bobby Pin was the Wheel of Fortune bonus puzzleBobby Pin

To construct one of these we bent the straight side of a Bobby pin out and up over the top and toward the back. We then kept going until it formed a double loop and hooked the tip behind the crimped side of the Bobby pin

yeah just take a bobby pin and open it so its in the v shape.then weave your hair throught it and put a straightner on it for like 2 seconds and then take the bobby pin out

The top of the pin is called the head of the pin.

AnswerThe "bobby pin" came into wide use as the hairstyle known as the "bob cut" or "bobbed hair" took hold. This trend gained popularity in the 1920s, and the bobby pins kept the bobbed hair in place.(from wikipedia)Also from Wikipedia - "A trademark on the term "bobby pin" was held for some decades by Bob Lépine Corporation of Buffalo, New York." So it is the original name the pin was marketed under, probably based on the name of the corporation and/or the person the company is named after.Similarly, the British term "kirby grip" is derived from the trademark Kirbigrip, used by a Birmingham (UK) manufacturer of such pins, Kirby, Beard & Co. Ltd.[1]

I use a floss stick and scrape it down my nose. It works great! And for the corners use the rounded end of a Bobby pin.

The front pin in bowling is called the head pin. It is also called the 1 pin.

The front pin in bowling is called the head pin or the one pin.

thats how you pick locks in fallout

The composition of the coating would vary widely, especially since some of them are coloured. The metallic part of a bobby pin is steel which is mostly composed of the element iron.

An oar pin is also called a rowlock pin or a thole.

If you are referring to the type of wrench that usually has an open end to tighten the bolt or nut and a point on the other end...the point is called a "drift pin" and is used to line up the hole that the bolt is going into. That style of wrench is called a "drift pin wrench".

braid your hair after that pull it to the side take a bobby pin and pin it up then wrap it around but ever 2 inches put some bobby pins

The spike at the end of the 'cello, called the end pin, is used to keep the 'cello from sliding.

pin them back using a bobby pin and they will never notice so when u get ready for school do tht then when ya leave the house pull the bobby pin out!as simple as tht......but remember to make sure the bobby pin is HIDDEN in your hair so it is not noticable and is the SAME color as your hair so if it should become visible, it will be harder to notice.

It's called the king pin.

Steel. (Usually has a coating, but the metal is steel)

That's a complete invasion of privacy!!

The bobby pin is a very useful accessory used every day, it can be plastic or metal. There seems to be no consensus about who was the first who invented and used it. Some say it was Bobby T. Plympton, others say it was Jim Gaylord, and others recognize Luis Marcus as the true creator.

an oar pin is called thole

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