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tool

(1) Slang for an obtuse person.
(2) British slang for penis.
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Dorothy was much shocked by the dreadful language the utensils employed, and she thought that they must have had very little proper training.
The utensils drew back and allowed them to pass without protest, although Captain Dipp marched the Spoon Brigade in close order after them until they had reached the edge of the clearing.
I possess the hammer and the nail, and in my hands they are utensils no more formidable than a club in the hands of a maker of edge tools.
One solution is the KROKEN ceiling-mounted utensil rack at pounds 17.99.
A DEFINITION of hogwash: "The scum of broth, utensil washings, leftovers, gristle, stale bread, peelings, old lard, spuds, fat and grease".
Summary: A six-year-old boy has been suspended from his school in the US after bringing in his favourite camping utensil to eat with.
The latest EDi range of utensil washers from Industrial Washing Machines Ltd.
Its heat-resistant bamboo utensil set is a lightweight alternative to plastic utensils and includes a knife, fork, spoon and chopsticks, all wrapped in a decorative cloth.
The 3200LS Series cage and utensil tunnel washers clean, sanitize and dry metal or plastic cages, utensils and racked watering bottles in animal research labs.
If something is stuck or the clear water is not sufficient, I put 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in the utensil with some water to soak for a brief time and then wash.
In fact, chopsticks are reputed to be the oldest form of kitchen "utensil" and toast tongs, skewers, and rice paddies have been constructed of bamboo for decades.