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spork

a spoonlike food utensil with fork tines designed for people with upper extremity disabilities. It can be used as a spoon or a fork.

spork

(spork)
An adapted utensil for persons with limited upper extremity function. The distal end may swivel to allow food to remain level as a result of gravitational force. The bowl end is shaped like a spoon but has modified tines, like a fork.
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Foon says: "The Ox is steady and stable and only likes safe bets where money is concerned.
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Soos die titel aandui, word verhale vertel uit "dae lank voordat die foon 'n nuttige lastigheid geword het" (p.
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Patchell RA, Tibbs PA, Regine WF, Dempsey RJ, Mohiuddin M, Kryscio RJ, Markesbery WR, Foon KA, Young B.
Playwrights such as Dennis Foon, whose newest piece entitled Kindness deals with death, bullying, lying and Hurricane Katrina, provide us with scripts to explore in class or perform on stage.
Daama volg die kamera met 'n hoespoedsekwensie die elektroniese impuls van die oproep deur die telefoonkabels totdat die foon aan die ander kant van die water begin lui.
Ah Chun's father, Lai Foon, was a partner in an opium joint at 71 China Alley in Fresno, and the name of Chun's older brother, Seu Ho, can be found along with the rest of the Lai family living at 1145 G Street, Fresno, in 1900 (U.