Definitions

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  • n. A notice board to which items can be pinned.

Etymologies

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pin +‎ board

Examples

  • The pinboard was the first thing you noticed when you entered the room.

    Soul

  • * As I mentioned, I'm really enjoying Pinterest -- "an online pinboard where you can organize and share the things you love."

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  • A pinboard of Quirky Little Things at Pinterest Pinterest is easy on the eyes and is packed with clever ideas for the home (storing folded sheets in their matching pillowcases), fashion (the trick for tucking jeans into boots) and recipes (making egg sandwiches in muffin pans).

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  • If you see content on the Web, you can opt to "pin" those things to a pinboard on Pinterest, or "snip" them to a specific collection on Snip.it.

    Snip and Save or Put a Pin in It: Two Ways to Share Web Faves

  • BBMG Along all the partitions and the cubicles is Homasote, a fiberboard made from plant materials, which acts as a pinboard for working ideas.

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  • Patterns • Though her pinboard of ideas is messy, Ms. Crosland needs a tidy workspace.

    Bringing Home the Walls of Marrakech

  • Back at Ms. Crosland's small studio in a gritty industrial building, they all go on what she calls "the bush"—a large, messy pinboard that reminds Ms. Crosland of a hedge and feeds her "digestive system" with fermenting ideas until the design process starts in earnest.

    Bringing Home the Walls of Marrakech

  • In my Filofax, stuck on the fridge, pinned to my pinboard and incorporated into my art work, albums and blog, quotes serve as flashes of inspiration, mini mission statements and signposts to keep me on track.

    Quote-Hunting: How to Improve Your Writing and Your Life | Write to Done

  • A nook is occupied by a hammock; a table chequerboarded with the film DVDs Gordon means to watch; a pinboard is covered with photos of actors, casting ideas for a feature film venture.

    British artists flock to set up home in liberating Berlin

  • A photograph of his friend Jean-Luc Godard is attached to the pinboard on the wall, close to a calendar on which are scrawled details of the schedule that will see Manfred Eicher produce about three dozen albums this year, by musicians and composers such as Keith Jarrett, Arvo Part, Jan Garbarek, Anouar Brahem and Gidon Kremer.

    Manfred Eicher: the sound man

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