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Sinker

A bond with interest and principal payments coming from the proceeds of a sinking fund.
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I use primarily 4- to 6-ounce sinkers for my surf rods that range from 11 to 13 feet.
We make the single swivel into a three-way by tying both the mainline and monofilament dropper line, which holds the sinker, to the front eye.
The sinkers are the regular kind in the shape of metal balls with holes and pendants along with a local innovation old, discarded vehicle spark plugs.
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.
Most people who have gone fishing have a story about "the one that got away." Such tales prompted Boy Scout Michael Browne to wonder: What happens to lead fishing gear when a fish gets away--hook, line, and sinker?
"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.
The items that float are light and are less dense than the sinkers.
The conker is the seed of the horse chestnut tree, introduced to Britain from Eastern Europe in the late 16th century The game of conkers is unique to Britain - before conker trees the game was played with hazel nuts or sea shells The world record conker won 5000 bouts In the 1993 World Conker Championships ex-Python Michael Palin was disqualified for hardening his conker with vinegar The first recorded game was in 1848 If a conker floats it has interior damage - use only sinkers for the game The name conker comes either from the French cogner, meaning to hit, or the Latin conccha, meaning shell Only horses, deer and cattle can eat them
An 8-year-old boy swallowed 20-25 fishing sinkers and a nail (Mowad et al.