from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of pen.
- n. Plural form of penny.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. pl. of penny; pence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of pence, plural of penny.
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There are old gas-light fixtures, a metal thimble, the tips of old fountain pens, a scrap of newspaper from 1858, shreds of what Lyons thinks is dark bunting from Lincoln's funeral.
If you want a * real* writing instrument, forget roller balls, gel ink or even fountain pens ....
My boyfriend is also a lefty overwriter and has recently switched to using fountain pens exclusively. dumdummuoi rdw200169
I also have started writing with fountain pens, and, although different, I like them a lot. programmer780
The reason people grip too tightly onto pens is because writing with their particular pens requires a tight grip.
First, fountain pens require less pressure than any gel roller I've ever tried.
However, with gel and fountain pens such a tight grasp is rarely necessary.
Now I can't speak for the rest of Robot 6, but I'm personally not going to judge someone who passes a file or two anymore than I'm going to judge a jaywalker or someone who walks home with a box of pens from the office supply cabinet.
Because the hens are stacked in pens from floor to ceiling, they are exposed to high levels of fecal dust and subject to heavy stress, which can contribute to higher infection rates, he says.
Collections of vintage writing treasures: ink wells, fountain pens, obsolete office supplies rarely if ever seen in modern times.