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rivets

(ˈrɪvəts)
n. dollars; money. (From copper rivets.) You got enough rivets on you for a snack?
See also: rivet
References in classic literature ?
Instead of rivets there came an invasion, an infliction, a visitation.
I'm not going to hear my father called a beast,' said John with a beating heart, feeling that he risked the last sound rivet of the chain that bound him to life.
This alliance, therefore, would infallibly rivet Comcomly to the interests of the Astorians, and with him the powerful tribe of the Chinooks.
I'll teach you what to do and show you what kind of rivet to use.
The lieutenant explained how to rivet the hoof and went away to his own quarters.
I was rubbing one of her hands when she opened her eyes, and I dropped it as though it were a red-hot rivet.
Rivets as per size and Specification mentioned below.
The Chief gun applies self-piercing rivets for maximum efficiency.
Collated rivets with washers and a specially-designed steel guide block assure that each trigger pull contributes to a consistent splice.
Back when metal was joined by rivets a hot rivet would be put through the holes and backed up.
The casngs will go into giant rivets at Riverside Park in Gateshead.
Check the rivets on the left and right sides of the top plate, the left side of the bottom plate, and the left and right side of the trunnion.
com) new POP ProSet 3400 Rivet Tool can accommodate all size 4, 5, 6 and 8 blind rivets, including high-strength and stainless steel.
About three million rivets were used to hold Titanic together.