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  • ” It is satisfactory to know that the biggest of the home libraries is within stone’s throw of Corlear’s Hook, which the “Hook Gang” terrorized with rapine and murder within my recollection.

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  • "My hook thinks you did," said Hook, crossing to him.

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  • 'My hook thinks you did,' said Hook, crossing to him.

    Peter and Wendy

  • Captain Hook is a villain — plotting, heartless, deceitful and malign.

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  • There's a reason why Mr Darling and Captain Hook is usually played by the same actor.

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  • Okay, so technically the Benchmade Hook is a rescue knife.

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  • Mrs Levis, and all the Miss Abrahams; in short, Hook Noses, Mosaical

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  • He seemed to be a sort of lady's sailor, for in his broken English he was always talking about the nice ladies of his acquaintance in Stockholm and Copenhagen and a place he called the Hook, which at first I fancied must be the place where lived the hook-nosed men that caught fowling-pieces and every other article that came along.

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  • Not the first person who came to my mind for the role (who is always Dante Basco, the guy who played Rufio in 'Hook' - even though he is too old now he would have fit the part perfect when he was younger)

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  • The Hook is the one line to one paragraph of copy providing why people around the world will buy your book, even two years from now.

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