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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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

fork

(fōrk),
1. A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.
2. An instrument resembling a fork in that it has tines or prongs.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

fork

(fōrk)
A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

fork

(fōrk)
1. A pronged instrument used for holding or lifting.
2. An instrument resembling a fork in that it has tines or prongs.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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He added there had also been injuries to Mrs Stephens' nose and mouth which he believed were caused by the carving fork being driven upwards into her face.
The jury of seven men and five women under Mr Justice Carroll Moran also heard about the "badly mutilated bodies" of the two women which were left "partially clad" after being abused using serrated blades, a knife, a large carving knife and a carving fork.
The line consists of everything from chef and santoku knives to specialty cheese knives, and includes a sharpening steel and carving fork. Handles have a die-cast texture for a non-slip finish.
Insert carving fork into top of breast and, starting at outside edge, cut thin slices parallel to breastbone down to the base cut (so slices separate neatly).
A CARDIFF mother-of-four took a foot-long carving fork with her when she went to challenge a neighbour she was in dispute with.
At the High Court in Edinburgh, Fowler, who has a previous conviction for armed robbery, admitted walking into an off-licence in Morningside while on a one-hour pass, threatening the assistant with a carving fork and robbing the shop of pounds 103.
Roger Thomas, QC, prosecuting, has told the jury the carving knife was driven six inches into Mrs Stephens' brain and that she was also stabbed in the face with a matching carving fork and also suffered fractured ribs in what he called a "brutal" attack by her son, who drank heavily and who was helping to run the failing family upholstery business.
In one assault a child in Leicester held a knife to a fellow pupil's throat, and in Derbyshire a seven-year-old was expelled for taking a large carving fork to school.
A PSYCHIATRIC patient left hospital on a one hour pass and robbed an off licence armed with a carving fork.
Insert a carving fork into the body cavity, piercing carcass; lift bird and tilt to drain juices into pan.
In addition to cutlery "there's a real fun assortment" of tools, such as a carving fork, clam knife, oversized pizza cutter, tomato knife and frosting spatula, Hellinger noted.
In his opening speech, Mr Thomas said Stephens drove a carving knife six inches into his mother's brain, and also attacked her with a carving fork after hearing her say the words "get out".