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It is with our body as it is with a watch which indicates the hours, and which goes not if the spring or a pinion be broken.
LETTERS TO EUGENIAPAUL HENRI THIRY HOLBACH
The foam and the fangs and the flowers,The raving and ravenous rage Of a poet as pinion'd in powersAs a condor confined in a cage!
The man kicked him ferociously in the breast before the attacker managed to pinion the legs in his arms.
Clock-pinion; which may be used for either nicking, piecing, or squaring-off purposes.
Then draw a vertical line (A) midway between the marks of the line 2, and this will be the center of the main pinion.
Not as I hold with enamelling, myself—'tain't what I call 'igh farmin'—takes too much outer the land in my 'pinion.
I say, Ammon, can't you go to the city with us and help me find a shop where I can get this pinion fixed?
A GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOSTGENE STRATTON PORTER
It was as though an angel's wing had swept my temples, and left a glittering pinion there.
Then slide the spur pinion into the gear and open the throttle valve wide.
Never make a wing cut from the wing or pinion upward, and not from the breast downward.

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