from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a type of hardboard with rows of regularly spaced holes into which hooks may be inserted for storing or displaying objects.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a board with multiple small holes into which pegs can be inserted in different arrays so as to form hooks from which to hang tools or other objects for convenient access; it is typically hung from a wall in a workshop.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a board perforated with regularly spaced holes into which pegs can be fitted
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He turned and plucked the key to the room Shay and Gabriel were already in from the Peg-Board behind him.
The Peg-Board was stripped of the soup ladle and spatula, the set of quilted blue pot holders, the pots and pans that they had bought, a dollar apiece at a yard sale.
The final version, which might include a few adjustments, will appear in the May Peg-Board.
We'll link to that blog, advertise it here and in the Peg-Board, and you'll hopefully get the data you seek.
There was a long workbench and above it a Peg-Board full of hand tools.
So why don't you publish the wage survey questionnaire online or in the Peg-Board so that non-union members can fill it out?
A think-piece from the April 1972 Peg-Board referencing Hanna-Barbera setting up an Australian studio in February of that year:
The 2008 survey will be posted here and on the TAG website in early March and will be published in the March Peg-Board.
Win gestured toward a hanger on the Peg-Board above the bench, holding half a dozen of the pipes, all smelling faintly of cherry tobacco.
With due respect to all the brilliant artists who've done Peg-Board logos over the years, this is still my all-time favorite.