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- n. Plural form of hook.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hook.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. large strong hand (as of a fighter)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Yes | No | Report from stick500 wrote 7 weeks 7 hours ago from what I understand about circle hooks is that they are also good for having the fish hook themselves, right?
Missy and Lauryn they aren't the only ones: Queen Latifah sang her hooks from the start.
Her shower curtain hooks are bright yellow duckies, which I gave her.
The basic function of wall hooks is to keep coats neat and tidy when you are not wearing them.
The best thing about these hooks is that they work.
"Lynne Griffin hooks her readers on page one ... able to delve into family issues and womens lives with such fearless insight ... readers will be demanding more of this new perspective in fiction."
You may have covered it (I'm new to this blog) but there's a whole series of well known ad campaign hooks from a few years ago that have long term residuals. you can be sure of ...
A stockpile of reels, 17lb test line and a thousand #2 hooks is good to go.
One day two hooks from a treble got embedded deep in my back.
However, reading day after day of hooks is just replicating all that time I thought I was avoiding watching television advertisements.
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