Put them, one at a time, into the cleft or split end of the larding-needle.
It was but the split end of a piece of "machalka," and not the claw of a crawfish.
Terminal of pewter spoon handle, a weak form of the "split end" or "trifid" terminal of the late 17th century.
The bolt itself screws into a sleeve which is split, and draws a wedge nut up to the split end of the sleeve.
Put these slips of bacon (one at a time) into the cleft or split end of the larding-pin.
Very carefully she followed his directions, and at length the split end was tied with professional neatness.
The pestle is usually made by confining an iron wedge in the split end of a round stick, by means of an iron ring.