hackle


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hackle

[′hak·əl]
(textiles)
A board studded with long, thin wire brushes and used for hackling.
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Bob Urwin prevailed for the Westoe as did Gary Dunn for the Hackle.
The Defence Logistics Organisation are testing new prototype hackles and it is hoped a non-leaching dye can be found to make the hackles.
That in our case means the red hackle which is a cherished icon - a visible symbol recognised throughout the world and respected not just by the regiment but by the whole Army.
However, thanks to wins by Colin Gillespie (180), Peter Buglass and Ray Nichol, Red Hackle prevailed 11-6.
Jonathan Hunter then won for the Hackle, as did team-mates Gary Dunn and Dennis Archbold.
Dave Stephenson won for the Snooker Club as did Peter Buglass for the Hackle.
In the singles they were wins by John Hunter for the Red Hackle and Chris Robinson, Bob Urwin and Derek Boak for the Westoe.
Westoe Bar A played the Red Hackle and were 3-2 ahead before the start of the singles.
Alan Charlton won for the Westoe and Billy Todd for the Hackle to make the final score 10-7 to the Red Hackle.
The Red Hackle took a 4-1 lead into the singles against Hebburn Colliery.
The Voyager welcomed the Red Hackle and it was the home team who held a slender 3-2 lead going into the singles.
My parents bought me a basic fly-tying kit, a vice, hackle pliers, some hooks, thread, beeswax, and an assortment of hackles and wing feathers.