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  • n. Plural form of tiepin.


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  • The old men had their shirt studs, tiepins, gold watches, silver cigarette boxes.

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  • He let them over to a case full of cufflinks -- "I'll need some of those, too, I forgot" said Allie -- tiepins, and watches.


  • Besides the usual commemorative T shirts, shot glasses and key chains, you can buy fake Route 66 highway signs (metal or neon), Route 66 tiepins, Route 66 socks and Route 66 underpants.

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  • I didn't need outsiders in dark suits and tiepins buzzing around with a clumsy, ham-handed alternative investigation.

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  • “Why, he robs trains and makes people get off and hand over their watches and tiepins,” Ted Plunkert said.

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