A looped wire split pin, which holds objects together by having the ends opposite the loop spread apart, after insertion through a hole.
Pink to red body used for most decorated, double-fired tile (glazed).
Cotton gloves (provided)
The first leaves to appear on a seedling, containing enough nutrients to feed the seed for a short period.
A grooved piece of wood that guides a sliding door or panel in a piece of furniture.
A unit for the quantity of electricity transported in 1 second by a current of 1 ampere.
(1) The top surface of a long table, cabinet, board, or top of anything that is used as an eating area, a place for preparing food, display of goods, etc. (2) In a contrary manner or direction; in opposition.
Wood strips installed vertically on sloped roofs over which horizontal battens are secured.