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The bottom three stripes have torn free from the grommets.
Products include door and window seals for trucks and cars, bowling pin holders, shock absorber blocks, tubes for heavy equipment, anti-vibration grommets for air conditioning units, elevator door seals, for example.
He was wrapped in a malleable, plastic stretcher, with a tangle of ropes laced through grommets at its edges.
Customers may choose from themed packs with embroidered patches and laces, and a variety of grommets, aglets, lace bolts, as well as other do-it-yourself options using stencils.
Each curtain is hand cut and sewn with a clean finish and each grommet is hand pressed for extra durability.
There are many extra hidden details that might be missed at first glance: grommets that have a special saying, taping inside that is unique just to Brody, and a hidden pocket.
Cut a slightly oversize hole in the center of the coffee-can lid (G), then slip the grommet (F) and then the lid over the end of the dowel rod.
Inside the bar, the sound of the wind clanging the metal flag grommets against the poles is muted but always present.
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Origin and Etymology of grommet
First Known Use: 1626See Words from the same year
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Definition of grommet for English Language Learners
: a metal or plastic ring that is used to strengthen a small hole in a piece of cloth or leather
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