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Sinker

A bond with interest and principal payments coming from the proceeds of a sinking fund.

sinker

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Mr Sinker said the pensioner had saved the money for household bills and was worried he would be unable to pay them.
I agree with Seth--use a heavy sinker for the purpose of not moving the lure," Swendseid says.
Captain Sinker proudly shows off a self-portrait, the silly pirates, Cook and Line have to think quickly when they accidentally ruin the masterpiece.
sinker rings) in so far as to increase the inertia of the net reducing its total displacements.
I now have a wallet of Airflo tips ranging in length from five to 15 feet and in sinking rates from floating to hover and intermediate, and then slow sinkers, fast sinkers, superfast sinkers and extrasuperfast sinkers.
And there is perhaps more to link him to Master Pit Sinker James Mason, for while he didn't work down the mine, he became a civil engineer - a skill with its roots in the Industrial Revolution.
But remember what we mentioned about that fresh water sinker.
The problem is: Lead sinkers at the bottom of a body of water look a lot like rocks.
The sinkers included the metal paper clip and the metal washer.
ASTM Committee D20 on Plastics cited Sinker for technical contributions to standards initiatives, for continuous service to the committee in various leadership capacities, and for effective interface between D20 and Technical Committee 61 on Plastics of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Dan Sinker sends an e-mail to the White House every day, a practice he plans to keep up for the next four years.
Caught in a police raid at a gay bar and urged by his vinegary agent (Veronica Cartwright) to butch it up so he won't lose the year's plum movie role--the lead in Ben-Hur--Stone agrees to a quickie marriage to a studio secretary (Carrie Preston) who has bought his public image hook, line, and sinker.