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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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The deal was finally nailed down after more than 120 hours of talks between the company and the Transport and General Workers Union.
The facts need to be nailed down in a way that will finally make us say, seriously, "That's right, we really have been used and manipulated.
Ms Ryder said, 'It is time we nailed down this myth about the risks and costs of fitting sprinkler systems in schools.
Construction costs were nailed down to 600 euros per sq m, which translated into a 1250 euros per sq m selling price.
Okay, I wouldn't have priced her up as a 1-2 shot, but, when I put her up as a lay, I had her nailed down as a 6-4 shot at worst, not her 11-4 SP.
They will 'steal anything that is not nailed down. If it is nailed down they will steal the nails as well.'
Some early faffing about put us on the back-foot but for most of the game we couldn't have had Chelsea nailed down any harder than if we had a Boot Hill undertaker working for us.
relationship where everything is kind of nailed down from the beginning and is a much more rigid process.
Viewing the fluctuations with 45 times the sensitivity and 33 times the spatial resolution of its predecessor, the Cosmic Background Explorer satellite, WMAP has nailed down several key cosmological parameters.
I obviously WAS spotted because the next time I tried to get in, the locks had been changed and the windows had been nailed down. Things have changed, but not necessarily for the better.
"The concepts and suggestions are nailed down and the plan is pretty much in near final format," says Brian Stevens, a member of the group and president of the Canadian Auto Workers Local 103.
The mergers of ABC/Disney CBS/Westinghouse, and MS/NBC are pitiful pommes de terres compared to banks merging with anything that's not nailed down. Banks with insurance companies?