nails

Hand-made nails were used particularly from Roman times for fixing hinges and locks before the advent of screws. They were also used concurrently with wooden dowels, for joining planks before the introduction of mortise and tenon joints, although they are seen on country furniture made well into the 18thC. Machine-made nails were made from the earl …...

Nails

one of the most important uses that have been made of metal. Traditionally they were turned out by the smiths, and then as demand grew, nail factories appeared, but the nails they produced were still mainly hand wrought and were usually square or rectangular ie 'flat nails'. The early machine ...
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Nails

[Static Shock] Sourp Hagop Armenian School. ...
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Nails

In humans the nails are flattened, horny, protective coverings on the upper surface of the outer segments of the fingers and toes comprised of dead cells containing the fibrous protein keratin. Each nail consists of a root concealed within a fold of the skin; an exposed body attached to the surface of the skin; and a free anterior extremity called ...
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NAILS

National Airspace Integrated Logistics Support
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