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Every grain larger than half a millimeter under a microscope—that’s one-third the size of a pinhead—was closely inspected.
THE REAL JURASSIC PARK MAY HAVE BEEN IN THE ARCTICSARA KILEY WATSONJUNE 28, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Joker appears to have jumped halfway across the galaxy and hit a target the size of a pinhead.
NO MAN’S SKY CONFIRMS MASS EFFECT CROSSOVER, ADDS ICONIC NORMANDY SR-1 TO FLEETSAM MACHKOVECHMAY 21, 2021ARS TECHNICA
This discovery gives me a fit 48 of introspection and I discover that I am, indeed, a narrow-minded little pinhead.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
Pinhead video-cameras cost less than a good restaurant dinner these days, so they're showing up everywhere.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
Behind the screen, one of the multiple rows of pinhead tapes shifted slightly as the index was flicked into reading position.
NOVICEJAMES H. SCHMITZ
A marriage without "even a pinhead of bitterness" is a marriage without a pin-point of fault-finding, mental or oral.
HAPPINESS AND MARRIAGEELIZABETH (JONES) TOWNE
This troubled him, but the trouble was, just then, a mere pinhead of blackness against the radiance of his spirit.
CAP'N WARREN'S WARDSJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
In fact, in his boyhood, before he had been named Beauty by his fellows, he had been called “Pinhead.”
WHITE FANGJACK LONDON
These were crushed into carefully sized small bits about the size of a pinhead and packed in layers in the canisters.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
Use this vinegar for seasoning gravies and use the garlic, cut into tiny bits the size of a pinhead, for flavoring.
MRS. WILSON'S COOK BOOKMARY A. WILSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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