up the steep cliff along a slippery hairpin path
A U-shaped pin for fastening the hair
A sharp U-shaped curve in a road
a double pronged pin used to hold women's hair in place
Stem-loop intramolecular base pairing is a pattern that can occur in single-stranded DNA or, more commonly, in RNA. The structure is also known as a hairpin or hairpin loop. ...
Hairpins is a 1920 silent drama film directed by Fred Niblo.
(Hairpins (music)) In music, dynamics normally refers to the volume of a sound or note, but can also refer to every aspect of the execution of a given piece, either stylistic (staccato, legato etc.) or functional (velocity). ...
A pin or fastener for the hair; Characterized by an abrupt or extreme bend; shaped like a hairpin
(Hairpins) the colloquial term for signs indicating graded dynamic change, i.e. crescendo (marked '<') and diminuendo (marked '>')
Reinforcing bar used to help transfer anchor bolt shear (due to column thrust) to concrete floor mass. The "U" shaped hair-pin wraps around the anchor bolts inside the slab.
A turn that goes through 180 degrees.
Telephony term that means to send a call back in the direction that it came from. For example, if a call cannot be routed over IP to a gateway that is closer to the target telephone, the call typically is sent back out the local zone, back the way from which it came.
A section of single-stranded DNA that curls back onto itself, creating a partial double helix that resembles a hairpin.
A sharp U-shaped curve in a road or a race track.
A pose in which one kneels down, sits on top of the feet, and bends backwards until the top of the head comes into contact with the tailbone; it may also done with a starting position on hands and knees.
A straight length of tube is bent back over itself at the midpoint creating a hairpin shape. This replaces two straight tubes, a return bend and the brazing or welding of the return bend to one end of the tubes.
Refers to a path of action that resembles the shape of a hairpin. It is a method of execution that elongates the circle and rounds off the corner.
1. A turn greater than 90 degrees on a road or race course. 2. A crankshaft.
the wedge used to tighten some types of form ties; a hairpin-shaped anchor set in place while concrete is unhardened; a light hairpin-shaped reinforcing bar used for shear reinforcement in beams, tie reinforcement in columns, or prefabricated column shear heads.
A slow, 180-turn which exits in the opposite direction a driver enters.