- n. Plural form of vise.
“Little Machine Shop also sells all sorts of sundries and essentials for mills, such as collets, edge and center finders, vises, test indicators, parallels, and so on.”
“So I take everything they say as BS and their cause is moot by their own actions/vises.”
“Gideon locked his arms and legs around Kate, tight as vises.”
“The new American slogan appears to be: "Talk big about human rights and watch from the sidelines with folded arms as thugs and gangsters clamp their peoples 'heads in steel vises, punch them in the gut with clenched fists and hang, draw and quarter them behind closed prison walls.”
“The women were then tortured with nails, thumb presses, vises, iron collars, among other disturbing devices, and ordered to provide the names of the other women in their covens.”
“Alma felt as if her feet were being crushed in vises.”
“Money wasted on these vises can be applied to health care.”
“He felt hands clamp down on his shoulders like vises as two of the ninjas that had chased them to the roof pushed him back to his knees.”
“EVEN PLUG FISHERMEN can use vises, bobbins, thread, and feathers to build a better lure.”
“Horace's epistle to Albius Tibullus: me pingeum et nitidum bene curate cute vises, cum ridere voles, Epicuri de grege porcum.”
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