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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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Sinker's paean to the value of honest labor may bring to mind Benjamin Franklin more than Sid Vicious, but his emphasis on work and labor does point to a common denominator in much of Punk Planet's eclectic content.
When you mix it with a soft or slower sinker, you wind up with a menu for ground balls.
Sinker believes in companies that care about music over money.
The resultant viscosity was obtained by measuring the sinker velocity and using the following relation (7, 8).
Sinker weights for surf fishing range from as little as 2 ounces to as much as 8.
Forward rods off the bow have a heavier sinker to keep baits more vertical.
The purpose of this tender process is to identify a supplier to repair the majority of trinity houses stock of worn sinkers over a four-year framework agreement.
'Judging from their body language (and) line of questioning during a Senate inquiry, a handful of my colleagues were predisposed at accepting, hook, line (and) sinker, the perjurious (albeit coerced I believe) [the] testimonies of Kerwin Espinosa and Ronnie Dayan about me being an alleged beneficiary of drug money from Espinosa, [in spite] of the glaring, even irreconcilable inconsistencies in their respective stories,' she said.
Mr Sinker said: "He went out to speak to her but she was running off down the road.
Which of the materials helped the clay "sinker" float?
The Environment Agency is keen to get more people involved in the sport and have organised two workshop days, where people can test their hook, line and sinker skills.
The company will also display the EA12V sinker EDM, which has a multi-position worktank and allows the operator to set up while circulating the dielectric fluid.