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Skyhook

(skÿ -hûk) See rockoon.

skyhook

[′skī‚hu̇k]
(mining engineering)
To drive bolts into the overhead rock of a mine in order to reinforce the ceiling.
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This resulted in specifications like three removable access doors; armrests, footrests and hand grips; an ergonomic V-shaped patient seat designed for back support and perineal access; cushioned headrest; trapeze with sky hook towel grip; and the elimination of water jets--demonstrably devoid of patient benefits--to reduce cleaning and turnaround time by 75 percent.
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Magic insisted his favorite moment against the Celtics wasn't his winning sky hook in the closing seconds of Game 4 in 1987 after Bird had put the Celtics ahead with a 3-pointer.
Youngsters have been sent for a left-handed screwdriver, waterproof teabags (they last longer), a bucket of steam, a sky hook, sparks for the grinder and glass nails.