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Having nails (often of a specified kind).
a red-nailed finger
Nailed are a death metal band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK. They are currently signed to Anticulture Records, who have worldwide distribution through Plastic Head.
Etymology and Origins
Slang for “caught,” in allusion to being pinned down by the captors. Also a thing seized and made off with; a punning reference to “driving” a nail.
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The numerical value of nailed in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of nailed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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Jason's synthesizer didn't have a computer with souped-up programs like Omnisphere on it, he would just do it with guitar pedals, making all the sounds unique. We're like old school like that. Also, [bassist] Tim Lefebvre was just phenomenal to work with. He pretty much nailed every take right on the spot.
The leave campaigns have been able to build on two decades if not more of practicing their message, they know what works, they know what resonates, they have got that nailed down pretty well. They have done it time and again.
Nothing is nailed into the tree. So there's a tripod that we strap to the tree and the feet of this tripod are made of neoprene, so they mold to the bark. So once you've taken the step down, there's no sign it was ever up. And it doesn't bruise the tree underneath the bark.
On his first day in office, Governor Huckabee's door was nailed shut. It was in Bill Clinton's Arkansas.
Harlen Ellison, interview with Charlie Rose:
What is not nailed down is mine. Anything that I can pry loose was not nailed down.
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