PINS


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PINSPerson(s) in Need of Supervision
PINSPortable Isotopic Neutron Spectroscopy
PINSPolice Information Net for Scotland
PINSProliferation Information Network System
PINSPersonal Inertial Navigation System
PINSPerson In Need of Services
PINSPadre Island National Seashore (barrier reef)
PinSPoint-in-Space
PINSPrecise Integrated Navigation System
PINSProject Initiation Notification System (ANSI term)
PINSProfessionalism in Security (UK)
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First, with her left hand she jammed the loaf hard and fast against her bib - where it sometimes got a pin into it, and sometimes a needle, which we afterwards got into our mouths.
Well, I hope he won't stick pins into you, Duchess," laughed Dorian.
The china of ceremony saw the light; the damask linen marked "A, B, C" was drawn from depths where it lay under a triple guard of wrappings, still further defended by formidable lines of pins.
Passepartout was dispatched in search of the steward, and soon returned with two packs of cards, some pins, counters, and a shelf covered with cloth.
Gold ornaments And silver pins were smashed and trodden down, And blood-red silken skirts were stained with wine In oft-times echoing applause.
They say that Cleopatra (excuse an instance from Roman history) was fond of sticking gold pins into her slave-girls' breasts and derived gratification from their screams and writhings.
Then he entered the back room and took up a measure of bran, which he mixed with a great many pins and needles.
Athos, by following with his eye the pins and holes, saw that D'Artagnan had taken the direction of the south, and gone as far as the Mediterranean, towards Toulon.
A third with pins in her mouth was running about between the countess and Sonya, and a fourth held the whole of the gossamer garment up high on one uplifted hand.
The Gallipoot made a signal and at once his attendants picked up General Guph and carried him away to a prison, where the jailer amused himself by sticking pins in the round fat body of the old Nome, to see him jump and hear him yell.
When sent to the forest Tip often climbed trees for birds' eggs or amused himself chasing the fleet white rabbits or fishing in the brooks with bent pins.
As the time passed, I worked as boy-helper on an ice-wagon, set up pins in a bowling alley with a saloon attached, and swept out saloons at Sunday picnic grounds.