Bremner introduced the pincers slowly, being anxious to get a good hold of the tooth.
Mr. Hartgold took up a diamond with a pair of pincers, and exhibited it to the banker.
Mr. Redmain filed away, heedless; then with the help of a pair of pincers freed the stone, and held it up in his hand.
If the foreign body can be seen it should be grasped with a pincers and removed.
The main use of his tail, indeed, is for folding away his wings, much as the earwig folds hers by aid of her pincers.
During this time they cling to the swimming legs of the parent by means of their pincers.
Her little, slender hands had no more strength, and when she broke a needle she could not draw it from the work with the pincers.
Ten days are allowed when the hair is taken out with a pair of pincers.
As a matter of fact, they do have pincers, but so minute that they can only be detected by microscopic examination.
Each had her own wrenches and pincers to use for that purpose.