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Men’s prizes included gold stickpins and a box of cigars, and for the winner of the men’s swimming race, Hoyle Pounds, a bathing suit.
On Luis Crespo, Brooks Brothers Red Fleece tie; Dreicer & Co. vintage 1890 stickpin.
Jim Beam presented my grandfather with a diamond studded stickpin.
Those stickpins were not only clustered along the eastern corridor; they were scattered as far north as Minnesota, as far South as Texas, and as far West as California.
It was made of three diamonds from a stickpin given to her from her favorite aunt and one from a pendant given to her by her late husband on her 40th birthday.
The map had colored stickpins that investigators said represented targeted stores.
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STICKPIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stickpin for English Language Learners
: a decorative pin that is worn on a jacket or used to hold the ends of a necktie in place
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