from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Games A board perforated with a pattern of holes into which pegs can be fitted for playing certain games.
- n. Games A game played by fitting pegs into holes in a board.
- n. A board fitted with pegs for hanging clothing.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A board that has a pattern of holes into which pegs are fitted; used especially to record the score in some card games.
- n. A perforated form of hardboard.
For instance, on this one, a wide shot from below would be an immense help in figuring where that pegboard is actually mounted.
Peggy 2LE ( "little edition") is a diminutive version of our popular Peggy 2 LED "pegboard" an open-source LED matrix display.
This calls to my mind, for some reason, pegboard with the sprayed outlines of tools on it.
There were pegboard walls of tools, shelves of paint supplies, and large rolls of canvas and paper, along with flats and screens that looked as if they had been painted over a hundred times.
Bill hefted it off the shelf with a numb hand and with the other, took the sledgehammer that hung on the pegboard on the wall, its head suspended by two nails.
For $18.95, the purchaser received a kit containing pieces of Masonite pegboard, flashlight bulbs, nuts and bolts.
We should also be giving props to Freddie Tavares, who actually designed the Stratocaster's pegboard shape and played a crucial role in championing the guitar at Fender.
Plenty of daylight makes it to the interior space thanks to a simple polycarbonate clearstory, and the interior is finished with plywood and pegboard to hang all of your gardening tools.
He can teach him to pound a square wooden peg into a square hole in a pegboard.
These include a 25 ft timed walk, a 9-hole pegboard test and a simple speech test.
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