Definition of Tinkertoy
1. [n -TOYS]
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Literary usage of Tinkertoy
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1. NIST at 100: Foundations for Progressedited by Raymond G. Kammer edited by Raymond G. Kammer (2001)
"PIONEERING MODULAR ELECTRONICS tinkertoy meant a lot more than child's play at ... Project tinkertoy was intended to help ensure national preparedness in ..."
2. Space Flight: The First Thirty Years (1993)
"... assembling and disassembling two tinkertoy-like structures called EASE and ACCESS in the cargo bay of Atlantis. The two space-walking astronauts ..."
3. Manual of Play by William Byron Forbush (1914)
"tinkertoy.—Seventy-three small wooden spools and rods. By setting the rods in the holes of the spools, all kinds of moving and stationary figures may be ..."
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