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hook

(huk),
1. An instrument curved or bent near its tip, used for fixation of a part or traction.
2. ☆ official atlternate term for hamulus
[A.S. hōk]

hook

(huk)
1. An instrument curved or bent near its tip, used for fixation of a part or traction.
2. Synonym(s): hamulus.
[A.S. hōk]

hook

(huk)
1. An instrument curved or bent near its tip, used for fixation of a part or traction.
2. Synonym(s): hamulus.
[A.S. hōk]
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Task Forces of Tank Division recovered Rs 0.34 million from defaulters and removed 44 direct hooks while names of 15 persons sent to the concerned police stations for lodging FIRs.
It can also be substituted for snaps, buttons and hooks and eyes.
Upon capture, the hook was removed, and hook location and signs of barotrauma noted.
His rig consists of double 7/0 hooks tied to 80-pound fluorocarbon leader.
He was about to tag the shark seen in the video when he noticed a rusty hook stuck in its mouth.
There were 438 shark interactions with circle hooks and 343 interactions with J hooks.
Generally speaking, treble hooks on lures used for bass fishing or even many of the aggressive bream in our waters require little modification, other than to be really sharp.
Thus, if you don't have the type of control needed to make your hooks effective, you shouldn't waste your time with them.
A Jefferson County jury returned a verdict in Hooks' favor.
While everted, the two opposable hooks may open and close (Beauchamp, 1961) with independent, asymmetric motions (Karling, 1961) and with a wide range of motion along the dorsoventral axis (M.
Even if you don't find damage, the spacing between the hooks on the trigger is critical.