corkscrew


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Synonyms for corkscrew

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

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a bottle opener that pulls corks

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move in a spiral or zigzag course

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Notes: An Mandatory on-site pre-bid conference will be held at Corkscrew WTP, 16101 Alico Rd, Fort Myers, FL 33913 on Wednesday October 7 , 2015 starting at 8:30 AM.
A plethora of new patents followed: in 1802, Edward Thomason of Birmingham with a doubleaction mechanism incorporating a suggestively termed "hermaphrodite screw"; in 1838, Thomas Lund of London who added steel springs to his corkscrew with which to hold the bottle and in 1855, the same inventor came up with mechanisms called the London Rack and Lund's Lever.
It's a fun little thing in a fish shape with a foil cutter and corkscrew featuring white oak wood and stainless steel.
Only one flavor of AngelBowls is affected by this recall: Corkscrew Pasta and Creamy Tomato and Vodka Sauce boxes stamped with UPC code 2780607001 and date code 00914 and 01314 are included in this recall.
When coiled into tight corkscrews, the fibers can lift loads more than 100 times as heavy as those hefted by human muscles.
We knew coming into today that Richie had a good chance the way he was climbing the Corkscrew," said Thomas.
Corkscrew is currently funded by the Leonardo Da Vinci Programme, the lifelong learning initiative of the European Commission.
There are three new limited-edition corkscrew designs to choose from, all by Russian designers Aleksandra and Dasha Gantseva.
The corkscrew motion of the coils allows them to push or pull against rugged surfaces, making the robot ideal for roving on textured surfaces such as dirt, sand or gravel.
If you have very wet ground salix matsudana Tortuosa or Corkscrew Willow is a good alternative.
And he's finding it especially difficult at the Corkscrew, the scene of his infamous overtakes two years ago on American Ducati rival Casey Stoner.
Rechargeable electric corkscrew with thermometer, pounds 49.
A MAN who ripped out part of his estranged wife's cheek with a corkscrew was jailed for six years yesterday.
Corks as such were only employed from the middle of the 18th century, and the first corkscrew patent wasn't taken out until 1795 by the Reverend Samuel Henshall.
This stainless steel corkscrew is encased in rosewood, and, when not in use, it can reside in its natural leather pouch.