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spoon

(spūn),
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]

spoon

Drug slang
noun
(1) A regional term for 1/16 oz of heroin.
(2) Paraphernalia used to prepare heroin for injection.
 
Sexology
verb To cuddle with a sexual partner in a manner fancifully likened to nested spoons, in which both lay on their side facing the same direction.

spoon

(spūn)
An instrument with a handle and a small bowl- or cup-shaped extremity.
[A.S. spōn, chip]
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Problem was, Spooner was already in the Yahoo index.
It's the print medium that brought the Spooner family to Florence: wife Alicia, 56, oversees publication of the company's two magazines: Oregon Coast and Northwest Travel, and daughter Jaci, 30, heads the marketing and sales department.
"There's a lot to be said for having a family unit working on a business like this," Rob Spooner said.
Rob Spooner took a certified public accountant exam but couldn't get a job in the field, so he went to work for Pacific Search Publications in Seattle in 1984.
During that three-year stint, Rob Spooner happened to meet the publisher of Oregon Coast Magazine, Russ Hagen.
After attending magazine conferences in Los Angeles and New York and recruiting experienced editors and designers, Alicia Spooner got up to speed.
In 1995, as he watched the Internet rumble to life, Rob Spooner shifted his focus to Online Highways.
"Every now and then, some bizarre thing has happened to us, and we've had to cut down on staff," Spooner said.