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In 1975, a young engineer named Tim Leatherman came up with an idea for a pair of pliers that would fit in your pocket.
Containing all its tools inside the handle—unlike more modern Leathermans, you have to open the pliers to access them—the Bond doesn’t snag on pockets.
Many bends can be straightened with hefty pliers, and you can grind down jagged burrs with a metal file.
Spare links cost $5 to $15 each, snap-link pliers are $16, and these reusable links from Wipperman cost between $10 and $23.
A meeting of the plier manufacturers of the country was called and the question was put before them.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
Some French writer says, "Qu'il faut plier les grandes ailes de l'loquence pour entrer dans un salon."Tales And Novels, Volume 7 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
Another use of this plier, also indicated, is to bend over the ends of the split pin in order to prevent it from falling out.Aviation Engines|Victor Wilfred Pag
Wet the spokes well and with a plier press them hard and turn them up.
Wet the spokes again and with the plier press the spokes well and bend them outward for a slight flare.