References in classic literature ?
And you'll buy the crib, the baby buggy, the pinning blankets, and lots and lots of things with it.
If ancestry is worth anything it should at least teach us to go about without pinning our hearts upon our sleeves.
Soon after dark they all three got in and started; the learned dog (a formidable creature) already pinning Bitzer with his eye, and sticking close to the wheel on his side, that he might be ready for him in the event of his showing the slightest disposition to alight.
They struggled fiercely on the ground for a moment or two, till Tom, pinning Bob down by the shoulders, thought he had the mastery.
A day or two after the Quilp tea-party at the Wilderness, Mr Swiveller walked into Sampson Brass's office at the usual hour, and being alone in that Temple of Probity, placed his hat upon the desk, and taking from his pocket a small parcel of black crape, applied himself to folding and pinning the same upon it, after the manner of a hatband.
Hoover went on to with the 275 title with a 5-1 decision over Canyon's Josh Solis, who had defeated Quartz Hill senior Jason Fonzi in the other semifinal, pinning the Golden League runner-up.
They are well suited for high-shear pinning applications traditionally reserved for conventional grooved pins and dowels.
When it counted most, Culotta prevailed over his teammate, pinning Blackburn in three minutes, 32 seconds.