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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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One easy bridle method is to pull a small rubber band through the bait with a rigging needle and then twist the hook into the two loops protruding from the bait.
Throughout the threading process, keep tension on the line to keep the hook positioned in the threader until complete.
Other safety features include a rugged mount point with quadruple shear joint to ensure torsional strength, the best available ground clearance from the lowest hanging point of the cargo hook (10.
A comparison of circle hook and "J" hook performance in recreational catch-and-release fisheries for billfish.
A super strong, thin gauge hook which has a wide bite, and is ultra-sharp will make a significant difference to hook-up ratios.
Another flashback shows Hook in the Enchanted Forest with Regina when she was known as the Evil Queen.
Though most of the top players can hook the ball, the ability to hook is not the reason for their success.
Once the bands from all six pegs are on the hook, pull the rest off the loom.
It was reported Hook held talks with the club hierarchy a fortnight ago and that personal terms had already been agreed.
Implication of Letter Ruling 201341004: Hook Stock Was Not Respected
Most research on hooking up has identified individual characteristics of college students who hook up (e.
by hook or by crook : in any way : fairly or unfairly <She's determined to get her way by hook or by crook.