Some articles on fasten:
... amarrar= to moor a boat, to tie, to fasten from French amarrer, "to moor", from Middle Dutch aanmarren "to fasten", from aan "on" (from Germanic (*)ana, (*)anō, from the IE root (*)an-) + marren "to fasten, to ...
... "Tarantula" / "Fasten Your Seatbelt" is the fourth single by Australian drum and bass band Pendulum ... While "Fasten Your Seatbelt" featured the Freestylers, "Tarantula" featured Fresh and $pyda, together with Tenor Fly from the Freestylers ...
... with the ends of the sleeves wrapping around to fasten or tie behind the back ... Friction buckles are commonly used to fasten institutional jackets with webbing or cloth straps because they are very difficult to open without a free pair of hands ... jackets intended for stage magic tend to omit arm loops, fasten with simpler types of buckles, or leave hidden openings in the sleeves ...
... of single releases of "Tarantula" / "Fasten Your Seatbelts" ... "Fasten Your Seatbelt" – 638 CD single "Tarantula" – 325 "Fasten Your Seatbelt" – 638 "Tarantula" – 353 ...
... people contributed to "Tarantula" / "Fasten Your Seatbelt" ... Cantor – vocals, songwriting and additional production on "Fasten Your Seatbelt" Aston Harvey – vocals, songwriting and additional production on "Fasten Your Seatbelt" ...
More definitions of "fasten":
- (verb): Become fixed or fastened.
Example: "This dress fastens in the back"
- (verb): Attach to.
Example: "They fastened various nicknames to each other"
Famous quotes containing the word fasten:
“What I have absolutely no sympathy with is the legislator, the man who seeks, for his own profit, to exploit the weaknesses of those who are unable to help themselves and then to fasten some moral superscription upon it. This I loathe so much that I cannot conceivably explain how much it is.”
—Malcolm Lowry (19091957)
“to fasten into order enlarging grasps of disorder, widening
scope, but enjoying the freedom that
Scope eludes my grasp, that there is no finality of vision,
that I have perceived nothing completely,
that tomorrow a new walk is a new walk.”
—Archie Randolph Ammons (b. 1926)
“When Dad cant get the diaper on straight, we laugh at him as though he were trying to walk around in high-heel shoes. Do we ever assist him by pointing out that all you have to do is lay out the diaper like a baseball diamond, put the kids butt on the pitchers mound, bring home plate up, then fasten the tapes at first and third base?”
—Michael K. Meyerhoff (20th century)