Half-Inch


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Half-Inch

In Cockney rhyming slang, a term meaning to steal.
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The sockets are specifically optimized for use with Ingersoll Rand half-inch Impactools, and are also compatible with half-inch impact tools from other manufacturers.
Have them layer the base of the container with a half-inch of pebbles, followed by a half-inch of activated charcoal.
Alito wrote: "Interest in eliminating contraband cannot sustain its refusal to allow petitioner to grow a half-inch beard.
I went into the pharmacy once and asked if they had any half-inch condoms.
It can cover many measuring scenarios that would otherwise require three different conventional half-inch mics.
Mr Mann, who had no idea the half-inch shrapnel had lodged in his jaw, has spent years in pain, eating only soft foods.
The smaller size measures up at 12-inches high and about a half-inch smaller across.
Cut two pieces of cardboard that are the length of your purse and a half-inch in width.
The pipes support half-inch diameter bars which act as both decking and guardrail; their irregular length and spacing are intended to respond to the reeds on the site.
A half-inch of rain could fall at the coast, while inland and mountain areas could see about an inch, said Stuart Seto, a weather specialist for the Oxnard-based agency.
Linear Tape Open Ultrium technology dominated shipments of small form factor half-inch cartridge tape drives in 2004, totaling more than 50 percent market share in the category for the first time, according to the latest findings from Gartner Inc.
When a mixture containing liquefied spinach was sandwiched into a half-inch chip, it produced a small amount of electricity.