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Hook

1. In marketing, a tool that arouses interest in an advertisement or in a product.

2. Informal; to steal or defraud.
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The fish hook had entagled in throat with its thread projecting outward (Fig.
This black-backed gull died after a fish hook and fishing line became embedded in its head in Llanddulas, leading the RSPCA to renew warnings about the potentially lethal dangers posed to wildlife by carelessly discarded litter
Records showed that the swan had been admitted to Stapeley Grange on January 9, 2006, after swallowing a fish hook.
When the boys were not fishing for scup, hauling in lobster pots for dinner, swimming in refreshing ocean waters, making sand castles, picking blueberries and huckleberries for homemade jams, or playing scrub baseball, they were engrossed in reading in the Fish Hook library.
Another popular carving, the matau, or fish hook, is said to be good luck for fishermen heading off to sea.
In Fathom, 2004, for example, two tiny wire wings capped with bird feathers balance so delicately on a fish hook that a breath sets them spinning.
MY heart went out to holidaymaker Rob Walsh who was blinded by a mugger with a fish hook (People, last week).
The 46-year old captain was stabbed several times in the chest and head with a fish hook, the Star said.
Nelson trains medical residents on fish hook removal techniques.
with tow side cutter, Mono cutter , Wire cutter, Scissor, Fish hook (gaff head), Hook bin, Long line blocks, Saw, Sea light, Fishing light, Floats, Floats, Polyform floats, Polyform floats, Radio buoy, Reflection tape roll, Armour spring,-reg.
A KAYAKER was airlifted to hospital after she flicked a fish hook into her face with her paddle.
Also inculded is a Heavy Duty Reel Seat, Fish Hook Rest, spool of 200-pound Brownell Fastflight bowfishing line and Muzzy's Fish Arrow with Carp Point.