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Sinker

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

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When I don't want to swim my lure through open water I do exactly what Seth does with 3/8-ounce and heavier sinkers.
According to biologists, millions of animals are exposed to or killed by ingesting spent lead ammunition and fishing sinkers every year.
Shaft sinking and underground construction group Shaft Sinkers Holdings plc (LSE:SHFT) announced on Tuesday that it has been awarded a new major contract by Hindustan Zinc Limited, a Vedanta Group company.
VT B was the only VT in the sinkers and predominated in the old stems.
Birds that swallow a lead sinker soon have trouble digesting food, dealing with cold weather, and avoiding predators due to muscle spasms and loss of balance that make them easy targets.
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 items that float are light and are less dense than the sinkers.
Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan maintains that a sinker is the only kind of heavy pitch.
It jams root-like sinkers into delicate tree tissue and steals food and water from its helpless host.
OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, thousands of anglers in Vermont and New Hampshire have voluntarily exchanged 20,000 lead sinkers for nontoxic alternatives to protect loons, bald eagles and other aquatic birds from lead poisoning.