(1) It rests in a stainless-steel thimble screwed to the bottom of the barrel.(2) In Kendal, a debate is going on as to the real name of the orange rubber thimble used by the counters to protect their index fingers.(3) With a reminder to use her thimble when she dealt with needles, Jemimah left.(4) In Mary Anne's next letter, dated ix February 1880, her only reference to her job was that her employer had given her a silver thimble for Christmas.(5) A dish called colcannon, made from cabbage, potatoes, and milk, was traditionally served on Halloween with a ring, coin, thimble , and button inserted into it.(6) Mary was sitting on the bed, tapping her foot and humming a tune as she set her needles, thimble , and thread into a sack.(7) Daily, a monitor or more advanced student, distributed to each girl in her class a pinafore to wear and a thimble , needle, thread, and materials for work.(8) What he knows about any part of the world would not fill a thimble .(9) Digitalis is derived from the Latin for ├ö├ç├┐finger├ö├ç├┐because the little flowers resemble a thimble .(10) In the palm of Clovis's hand, the cupcake looked the size of a thimble .(11) Many objects associated with domestic tool kits have changed relatively little over the past few centuries, such as thimbles , scissors, and other items used to produce clothing.(12) A mother pointed out to her daughter the sampler embroidered with the Ten Commandments, although the girl seemed more interested in thimbles .(13) All the brass furniture including the buttplate, sideplate, ramrod thimbles , trigger guard, and patchbox were hand polished bright.(14) Margret had always hated thimbles ; useless things, they never stayed on the finger long enough to serve their purpose.(15) They have come across thousands of objects ranging from Georgian coins and rings to thimbles and buckles, but this was their first big find.(16) Two brown-finish thimbles under the barrel secure the wooden ramrod with its brass tip threaded for jag, worm, screw or other implement.