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spoon

1. an angling lure for spinning or trolling, consisting of a bright piece of metal which swivels on a trace to which are attached a hook or hooks
2. Golf a former name for a No. 3 wood
3. Rowing a type of oar blade that is curved at the edges and tip to gain a firm grip on the water

spoon

[spün]
(design engineering)
A slender rod with a cup-shaped projection at right angles to the rod, used for scraping drillings out of a borehole.
(mining engineering)
An instrument in which earth or pulp may be delicately tested by washing to detect gold or amalgam.

spoon

In plastering, a small steel tool, used in finishing moldings by hand.
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Take a spoonful of the batter and hold it above the bowl.
Leave to rest for a minute and serve with a spoonful of cream or creme fraiche or ice cream on the top.
2kg of food with only a spoonful of oil | The cheap and cheerful Simple Value Deep Fat Fryer, PS13.
Add a spoonful of the Chipotle Mayo to the top halves of the buns and place another spoonful on top of the shredded lettuce.
It's black coffee with a spoonful of butter in it and a spoonful of coconut oil, all mixed up together.
it you'll never take your delicious crammed into every spoonful because TOP OF THE CROPS So much of Mother Nature is crammed into every spoonful because every grain starts its journey in the ground as a tiny seed.
it you'll never take your delicious crammed into every spoonful because every grain starts its journey in the ground TOP OF THE CROPS So much of Mother Nature is crammed into every spoonful because every grain starts its journey in the ground as a tiny seed.
Retired teacher Maria Dismondy presents Spoonful of Sweetness and Other Delicious Manners, a board book about simple ways in which even babies and toddlers can share positive virtues and feelings.
These 100 Super Nannies will spread a spoonful of sugar while attending the screening with the sensational actress, Victoria Summer, who plays the role of the iconic Julie Andrews in the film opposite Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson.
John Sebastian seems to be taking a mellower tack since his days fronting The Lovin' Spoonful, the band that gave birth to such catchy and iconic songs as "Summer in the City'' and "Do You Believe in Magic.
Arrange three mini blinis per person on serving plates, top with 50g smoked salmon per person, then a poached egg and a big spoonful of the sauce.
The innovative new product offers all the health benefits of Flaxseed, Probiotic and Vitamin D supplements in one convenient spoonful.