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fork

 [fork]
a pronged instrument.
tuning fork a device that produces harmonic vibration when its two prongs are struck; used to test hearing and bone conduction. See tuning fork tests.

fork

(fōrk),
1. A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.
2. An instrument resembling a fork in that it has tines or prongs.

fork

(fōrk)
A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.

fork

(fōrk)
1. A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.
2. An instrument resembling a fork in that it has tines or prongs.
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In Wales, we use wooden chip forks like those to eat takeaway fish and chips.'" Tom, who was in the running to represent Finland at last year's Eurovision when he made a shortlist of acts to play the iconic song contest, says he can't really pigeonhole his new outfit.
Ray's quirky ideas include his Semaforks, wooden chip forks printed with local words like "blather" and "plodge", their semaphore equivalent on the back and a guide to ship identification charts.
And despite a late tally-ho, they look as doomed as prisoners trying to tunnel their way out of Colditz with chip forks.
* Zoe-Lisa's mother hired marquees which were put in the garden and decked out with a dance floor bought from eBay and Chinese lanterns imported for 50p each * The bridesmaids were dressed in outfits from the high street and knitted boleros, and the page boys' clothes came from a supermarket sale * Zoe-Lisa made place name favours of newspaper cones with sachets of ketchup, salt, pepper and chip forks for guests to use at dinner * Achip van served up portions of fish or chicken and chips for the wedding party to tuck into at a cost of pounds 550 Zoe-Lisa Blackler and husband Chris on their wedding day, which they managed to keep to a pounds 5,000 budget