from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A tool used by artillerymen in unpacking ammunition-chests.
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When the tow-hook was blacked, the company gambled on a tension winched, ten inch, calm sea compromise.
There's an optional net to protect passengers from flying baggage and an organiser for the boot floor to keep everything from rolling around, while the touring pack - also optional - provides a retractable tow-hook and self-levelling rear suspension, and links your trailer to the car's stability control system to curb snaking.