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A spindle (or colloquially, a spike) is an upright spike used to temporarily hold papers. "Spindling" or "spiking" is the act of spearing an item onto the spike. A spindle was often used in restaurants to hold orders from the waitstaff to the kitchen. Depending on what sort of records were on a spindle, a string could be put through the holes to bundle the papers together, and the bundle stored. The journalistic term to "spike" an article refers to one that ends up spindled on an editor's desk rather than forwarded for publication, typically for reasons other than mere copyedits.

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  • Spindle (stationery)
  • Bonnenprikker
  • Pappersspjut
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  • Een bonnenprikker is een kantoorartikel dat bestaat uit een rechtopstaande prikker. Deze wordt gebruikt om losse bonnetjes op te kunnen spiesen, zodat ze niet zoek raken of weg dwarrelen.
  • Ett pappersspjut är en kontorsvara avsedd att spetsa papper på. Ett pappersspjut består av en spetsig, cirka 15–20 centimeter lång metallsticka som sitter fast på en ofta rund bottenplatta. Hålet som uppstod i ett spetsat papper var förr ofta en indikator på att ett dokument hade gåtts igenom. Denna artikel om en produkt saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att tillföra sådan.
  • A spindle (or colloquially, a spike) is an upright spike used to temporarily hold papers. "Spindling" or "spiking" is the act of spearing an item onto the spike. A spindle was often used in restaurants to hold orders from the waitstaff to the kitchen. Depending on what sort of records were on a spindle, a string could be put through the holes to bundle the papers together, and the bundle stored. The journalistic term to "spike" an article refers to one that ends up spindled on an editor's desk rather than forwarded for publication, typically for reasons other than mere copyedits.
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  • A spindle (or colloquially, a spike) is an upright spike used to temporarily hold papers. "Spindling" or "spiking" is the act of spearing an item onto the spike. A spindle was often used in restaurants to hold orders from the waitstaff to the kitchen. Depending on what sort of records were on a spindle, a string could be put through the holes to bundle the papers together, and the bundle stored. The journalistic term to "spike" an article refers to one that ends up spindled on an editor's desk rather than forwarded for publication, typically for reasons other than mere copyedits. Spindling was the middle of three stern prohibitions in the famous injunction historically printed on punched card documents to be processed by computer: "Do not fold, spindle, or mutilate".
  • Een bonnenprikker is een kantoorartikel dat bestaat uit een rechtopstaande prikker. Deze wordt gebruikt om losse bonnetjes op te kunnen spiesen, zodat ze niet zoek raken of weg dwarrelen.
  • Ett pappersspjut är en kontorsvara avsedd att spetsa papper på. Ett pappersspjut består av en spetsig, cirka 15–20 centimeter lång metallsticka som sitter fast på en ofta rund bottenplatta. Hålet som uppstod i ett spetsat papper var förr ofta en indikator på att ett dokument hade gåtts igenom. Denna artikel om en produkt saknar väsentlig information. Du kan hjälpa till genom att tillföra sådan.
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