Pin

[bridge] In bridge and similar trick-taking games, the term pin refers to the lead of a higher card from one hand to capture a singleton of lower rank in an opponent`s hand. ==Example== South wants five tricks from this suit. If the opponents` cards split 3-2 and they defend rationally, South must lose at least one trick – dropping a sing
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Pin

[song] "Pin" is a single by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs from their debut album, Fever to Tell (2003). It was released on July 22, 2003, and received critical acclaim but did not receive much mainstream attention, especially when compared with the band`s next single "Maps". This single includes the B-side "Mr. You`re On Fire Mr." (a Liars cover) whi
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Pin

1) The skydiver who first gets to the base. Base/pin are the two people around which many formations are built. 2) The act of docking on the base. 3) The closing pin of the main or reserve container, which should both be checked prior to jumping
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PIN

In computer security, a personal identification number used during the authentication process. Known only to the user. (See Challenge/Response, Two-Factor Authentication.)
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Pin

Is the at-the-money strike price, particularly at an option's expiration.
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PIN

Personal Identification Number.
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pin

[n] - informal terms of the leg 2. [n] - cylindrical tumblers consisting of two parts that are held in place by springs 3. [n] - flagpole used to mark the position of the hole on a golf green 4. [n] - a piece of jewelry that is pinned onto the wearer`s garment 5. [n] - a small slender (often pointed) piece of wood or metal us
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PIN

Personal Identification Number + Process Identification Number [Unix]
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PIN

Personal Identification Number. Used to restrict access to personal services or capabilities.
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Pin

As in pin and box, the pin is the male coupling end of a drillpipe.
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PIN

Personal Identification Number. A set of numeric characters, usually a four-digit sequence, used by the cardholder to verify identity at the point-of-sale or a customer activated terminal, such as an ATM. The number is generated by the card issuer using a secure computerised process when the card is first issued and may be changed by the cardholder
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PIN

Periodic Indicative Notice, Prior Information Notice
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pin

1. the male section of a tool joint. 2. on a bit, the bit shank. 3. one of the pegs that are fitted on each side into the link plates (side bars) of a chain link of roller chain and that serve as the stable members onto which bushings are press-fitted and around which rollers move.
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Pin

An elongated device in which the tip acts as a solid support. An array of pins may typically be held such that sets of pins may be simultaneously inserted or retracted from solvents or reagents allowing library preparation by parallel synthesis.
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PIN

Parents Information Network.
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pin

A terminal on a component, particular an integrated circuit part. The term applies equally to surface mount and through-hole components. The name is derived from the physical shape of some leads on older through-hole components. Also see lead.
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Pin

Pin transitive verb (Metal Working) To peen.
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Pin

Pin transitive verb [ Confer Pen to confine, or Pinfold .] To inclose; to confine; to pen; to pound.
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Pin

Pin noun [ Middle English pinne , Anglo-Saxon pinn a pin, peg; confer Dutch pin , German pinne , Icelandic pinni , W. pin , Gael. & Ir. pinne ; all from Latin pinna a pinnacle, pin, feather, perhaps orig. a different word from pinna fea
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Pin

Pin transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pinned ; present participle & verbal noun Pinning .] [ See Pin , noun ] To fasten with, or as with, a pin; to join; as, to pin a garment; to pin
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pin

To fasten with, or as with, a pin; to join; as, to pin a garment; to pin boards together. 'Aa if she would pin her to her heart.' To pin one's faith upon, to depend upon; to trust to. ... Origin: See Pin. ... <chemistry> To peen. ... 1. A piece of wood, metal, etc, generally cylindrical, used for fastening separate articles together, or as a
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pin

peg noun informal terms of the leg; `fever left him weak on his sticks`
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pin

noun a small slender (often pointed) piece of wood or metal used to support or fasten or attach things
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pin

tholepin noun a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
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pin

noun when a wrestler`s shoulders are forced to the mat
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