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It depends on the object. For a pin we would say the end of a pin For a knife we would point of the knife.
becoz it can easily pierce through anything...(when it is sharp)
Its in an oval shape with a sharp thing at the end, idiot.
A needle has an "eye" at the other (non-sharp) end, to allow you to pull a thread. A pin doesn't.
it is called a quickle
it is called the endpin
Pressure is inversely proportional to area. A sharp pin has lesser area compared to a blunt pin. Therefore we require lesser pressure to push the pin with lesser area.Hence it's easier to push a sharp pin which has lesser area.
A nail is a pin-shaped, sharp object of hard metal, typically steel, used as a fastener. Nails can be pointed, non sharp, or even so thin that the eye has a hard time seeing. They are also called needles. They are very sharp used for nitting, and sewing clothes. a nail is also the hard bit on the end of your fingers and toes
Put a pin or something sharp in it
By turning it.off
A bow is a front of a ship