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pinched

mod. arrested. (see also cop, pinch.) Sam got pinched for a parole violation.
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References in classic literature ?
Then the peasant once more pinched the raven's head till he croaked loudly.
When the ends are folded over, or pinched during closure, packagers need only a hot air sealer to create a tight seal that preserves product freshness and prevents bag breakage.
Make stamps (texture wheel, line wheel, stamps with handle pinched out and designs carved, texture worm, see photos for stamp ideas, no two will be alike).
Our data show that key pinch averaged about 22%, whereas tip pinched about 16%, and palmar pinch was about 19% of averaged grip in both sides.
Households in which people are retired or not in work account for around one third of the housing pinched, leaving around one million households where people are in work but are still spending over half their cash on housing costs.
Small sections of skin are pinched up at the donor site and cut using scissors or a scalpel.
And I have advised him to be alert so that he can turn away fast before being pinched.
London, June 23 ( ANI ): Mario Balotelli's former girlfriend Holly Henderson has revealed that the Man City ace used to hate it when she tickled and pinched him.
A DISPLACED cervical vertebra can lead to a pinched nerve, and you may end up with a neck ache.
1 : to squeeze between the finger and thumb or between the jaws of an instrument <My aunt pinched my cheeks.
This requires an understanding of how the parison falls and how it is captured by the mold and pinched and blown out into the final container shape.