pushpin

[poosh-pin]
noun
1.
a short pin having a spool-shaped head of plastic, glass, or metal, used for affixing material to a bulletin board, wall, or the like.
2.
an early children's game.
3.
Archaic. child's play; triviality.

Origin:
1580–90, for an earlier sense; push + pin

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pushpin (ˈpʊʃˌpɪn)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) a pin with a small ball-shaped head

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Example sentences
Mark each place on the map with a pushpin of a particular color.
Carefully use the pushpin or sewing needle to poke a hole into the foil.
When you find a particular place or location, a pushpin can help you track it.
Click on a virtual pushpin and a pop-up appears, giving info on a specific
  location.
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