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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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Growing up under such dire circumstances, Nailer's focus is on personal survival and "getting ahead" in whatever manner he can.
Expect to see advances in fuel cells that will allow the nailers to be lighter, more powerful, and more economical to operate, says Christopher Freeman, Hitachi's associate product manager for fastening systems.
The piano player, a 25-year-old woman, had just moved into the building when she met the music hater, so called because he complained about her piano playing, and the door nailer, who at the time was nailing his broken apartment door shut.
MB: So here's the question American Handgunner's readers are waiting for: How did you find Bob the Nailer?
Pneumatic nailer injuries: A report on Washington State 1990-1998.
In the mid 1990's, Porter-Cable obtained the patent rights to a cordless nailer, but decided that it needed to enter the nailer market in phases.
Mr Nailer said it was unclear whether Malaysia had enough money to recapitalise its banks.
Cut two nailers. Generally, the nailers are 3/4 inch thick, 2 or 3 inches wide, and at least 4 inches longer than the cut hole in the wall.
Shelby Renfro, Nailer, Kristina Smith, and Haley Hanson all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.
Which gauge nailer is perfect for installing standard casing around a window?
A HARDY NAILER, trained locally for J P McManus by Robert Tyner, looks the banker bet on tomorrow's jumps card in Cork.
There's also the Spire, Showman's Wagon, Merchant's House, Cockpit, Chain Shop, Nailer's Forge and Threshing Barn.