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Let us say that such a thing occurs; you have pricked one pinhole too many round the corner of the mouth.
(b) A small impurity in the rubber may dissolve in the acid and leave a minute pinhole.
Between eye and nostril, on either side, was the sinister "pinhole," that is the infallible mark of the poison-sac serpent.
LAD: A DOGALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE
The idea of photography as an art has been discussed no doubt ever since the invention of the pinhole.
ADVENTURES IN THE ARTSMARSDEN HARTLEY
In a dark-room a light must be placed behind the pinhole, and a bit of ground glass held in front of the lens.
To secure the gravy, stick a pinhole in the bottom of the bag and allow it to drain on to the platter, or serving dish.
STANDARD PAPER-BAG COOKERYEMMA PADDOCK TELFORD
With a pen and ink, draw lines from each pinhole, to preserve this mark.
A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
This path is dusty, and we notice a great many pinhole doors of the little black ants.
I have seen a prize-winning picture in an exhibition that was made with a cigar box, with a pinhole in one end for a lens.
OUTDOOR SPORTS AND GAMESCLAUDE H. MILLER
No, shes all rightnot even a pinhole in her, said Mr.Bobbsey.

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