fishhook


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a sharp barbed hook for catching fish

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Figure 8 shows circumferential forces and mobility in a fishhook turn maneuver on asphalt.
The fishhook, for example, was unearthed at the site of the Carp River Forge, a nearby archeological site.
Can YOU Pull in an Actor with a Fishhook Or Tie Down His Tongue with i a Rope?
The Case of the Vanishing Fishhook [Hank the Cowdog, #31].
of their surfaces, each petal a fishhook for reaping a whispery eye.
His reaction tells me he does not know a tackle from a fishhook.
Martyr (aka J:3:3) has spent all of his life in a colorless, underground facility in Fishhook, Alaska, populated by dozens of "Jasons" like himself.
Dana Price and I discovered a small population of the endangered Tobusch fishhook cactus (Sclerocactus brevihamatus ssp.
She sniffed Old Snore from head to toe to find some little sign, then raked her pointy fishhook claws down that dog's furry spine.
Cut a large fishhook at the bend and snell the shank against the fracture with monofilament.
Zebra mussels, sea lampreys and fishhook water fleas are among the 180-plus invasive species that have found their way into the Great Lakes since the start of the 19th century.
Therefore, this is no revolutionary invention but the opposition threw the fishhook and the Government consciously swallowed the bait.
The motor is designed to exceed the specification requirements of the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's fishhook and FMVSS 126 tests.
The study involved computing 10 million possible configurations of canoe taxonomy, and Rogers said the same methods could be applied to anything from pottery design and fishhook construction to social and legal structures.