Definition of Paper fastener
1. Noun. A fastener for holding a sheet of paper in place.
Specialized synonyms: Staple, Drawing Pin, Pushpin, Thumbtack
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Literary usage of Paper fastener
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In the Rainforest by Debby De Pauw, Depauw, Gary Shipman (1993)
"Color the pictures. Cut out the wheel and ant hill. Put the pieces together with a paper fastener. Turn the wheel and tell the life story of an ant. ..."
2. Holidays & Celebrations: How to Make Books W/Children by Joy Evans, Jill Norris (1997)
"Attach the feathers together with the paper fastener. ... Make a hole for the paper fastener 4" (10 cm) from the top and 4 1/2" (10.5 cm) from the side of ..."
3. Theme Pockets by Michelle Barnett, Caitlin Rabanera, Ann Switzer, Jo Larsen (1999)
"Push the paper fastener through the black dot on the astronaut. Put the fastener through the slit in the black paper. Put the backing circle behind the ..."
4. Art for All Seasonsby Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore by Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore (2004)
"Using the template as a guide, mark dots that indicate where to insert the paper fastener through the center of the wheel and then through the folded form. ..."
5. French Commercial Correspondence by Louis Joseph Fish, Alexander Louis D'Avesue (1922)
"SURE paper fastener Co., La Crosse, Wis., USA Gentlemen : For some time past, ... 5. Assure them that the Sure paper fastener will give entire satisfaction. ..."
6. Energy by Katy Allen (2002)
"One wire should go from the battery holder to one paper fastener. Another wire should go from the bulb holder to the other paper fastener. ..."
7. W. B. Yeats: The Writing of Sophocles' King Oedipus by William Butler Yeats, David R. Clark (1989)
"Neither has ever been pierced by the brass paper fastener binding the thirty-nine pages and the added seven pages. This, like the succeeding pages of ..."