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  • n. Plural form of pegboard.


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  • Its aisles were a combination of man-height pegboards and gallon bins of screws and nails, twine and wire.

    Orange Box

  • The awesome thing about pegboards is how easy they make sorting and organising your tools.

    Build A Rolling Pegboard Tool Organiser | Lifehacker Australia

  • Inside are file drawers housing thousands of known bullet and cartridge case specimens, and in racks and hanging on pegboards are hundreds of rifles, shotguns and handguns, all tagged with accession numbers.


  • And hanging from the pegboards, we ` d have the Marine Corps brassiere, the Army brassiere, the Navy brassieres, the Air Force brassier.

    Inside: A Public and Private Life

  • And we came in, the others that -- there were four of us that were working on this -- with these huge pegboards.

    Inside: A Public and Private Life

  • But with the help of pegboards, flush-mounted gadget ports, and other anti-clutter tactics can keep the hounds of excess stuff at bay.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • My personal choice is pegboards simply because it causes it to be easIer in order to access things and also you may see what gear you've Correct and also simple organization of these equipment is going to take several thinking about Thus right here again, think with regards to how you desire to make use of this space.

    The Global Perspective

  • The grid wall is somewhat related to gondola shelving instead it uses grids rather than the pegboards.


  • Across the hall, the noise level in Patty Barnes 'room was lower, but was punctuated with the snap of rubber bands as students constructed geometric shapes on pegboards, responding to prompts on a computerized whiteboard.

    The Shad Plank

  • * Use pegboards in closets and laundry room to hang miscellaneous items

    Oh My Apartment


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