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Sinker

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

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Traditional Sliding Sinker Stealthy classic allows grouper to take the bait (pinfish, shown) without feeling any unnatural resistance.
According to biologists, millions of animals are exposed to or killed by ingesting spent lead ammunition and fishing sinkers every year.
Shaft Sinkers Holdings PLC is the international shaft sinking and underground construction group.
As for the workers at Sinkers who were unarmed at the time they said they have plans to protect themselves in the future," reported Channel 5.
He used his rejuvenated sinker to record 14 groundball outs.
The power sinker is a great low-pitching option for anyone who can master it.
I saw some sinkers that just disappeared,'' manager Jim Tracy said.
If I had a major-league staff, I'd have nine or 10 righties who could throw sinkers and screwballs and we'd turn double plays, and everything would be hit to left field, and we would take away your power
The MultiDose also does USP Apparatus II runs with Capsule Sinkers.
I use flat sinkers on both rigs to keep the weight from rolling around in the current, 4-8 ounces, depending on current.
If you use one of the new ``sacrificial'' knotless sinkers and it hangs up, you lose just the weight, not the entire rig.