Other articles related to "hook":

Reel Fishing (video Game) - Gameplay
... To catch a fish on Reel Fishing you must do two things, hook the fish and reel it in ... When hooking a fish wait until its mouth has completely covered the hook then hit the reel button to set the hook ... Once the hook is set then you must reel it in ...
Hook Gauge - Importance of Accurate Sizing
... textile craft terminology employs the word gauge in two different ways as hook gauge in reference to the sizing tool, or as a standalone term gauge to describe the number of stitches in a standard sized sample of ... Several factors affect fabric gauge including hook or needle size, although sometimes a crafter may change tool size deliberately in order to achieve a certain gauge ... Accurate needle and hook sizing reduces the number of variables that affect these decisions ...
Rock The Party (Off The Hook)
... "Rock the Party (Off the Hook)" is the title of a song by American rock band P.O.D. ... The music video for "Rock the Party (Off the Hook)" was No ...
Hook Continental
... The Hook Continental was a passenger train running between London's Liverpool Street Station and Harwich Parkeston Quay where it connected with the night ... company's own ships and the excellent rail connections from the Hook of Holland ...
Hook, Line And Sinker (TV Program)
... Hook, Line and Sinker is an Australian fishing television program, produced by HLS Productions in Hobart, Tasmania and is hosted by Nick Duigan and Andrew Hart ...

Famous quotes containing the word hook:

    A hook shot kisses the rim and
    hangs there, helplessly, but doesn’t drop

    and for once our gangly starting center
    boxes out his man and times his jump

    perfectly, gathering the orange leather
    from the air like a cherished possession
    Edward Hirsch (b. 1950)

    And yet—it is not beauty that inspires the deepest passion. Beauty without grace is the hook without the bait. Beauty, without expression, tires.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    ... with her shoulders as bare as a building,
    with her thin foot and her thin toes,
    with an old red hook in her mouth,
    the mouth that kept bleeding
    into the terrible fields of her soul . . .
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)