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spork

 (spôrk)
n.
An eating utensil having a spoonlike bowl and tines.

[Blend of spoon and fork.]

spork

(spɔːk)
n
(Tools) trademark a utensil used for eating, combining a spoon and a fork
[C20: blend of spoon and fork]
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Noun1.spork - trademark for a plastic eating utensil that has both tines and a bowl like a spoonSpork - trademark for a plastic eating utensil that has both tines and a bowl like a spoon
eating utensil, cutlery - tableware implements for cutting and eating food
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It war good foon, I'd be bound," said Hiram, whose fun was much restricted by circumstances.
We war on'y for a bit o' foon," said Hiram, who was beginning to see consequences.
The tourism sector will benefit at the end of the day, Mr Foon said.
In Rick: The Rick Hansen Story by Dennis Foon, Act One begins with Rick in high school, a fit and athletic teenage boy who loves to fish, play basketball and hang out with his buddies.
The Dead Line is Dennis Foon ' s light look at death and the future.
Whatever it was, when he stuck his lighter into it, it was foon time.
Foon says: "Dogs are quite sensible but like to spend money on home and family.
As for entrees, buyers can choose from such fare as Bite Size Chicken Breasts with Pineapple Sauce and Vegetable Fried Rice, and Chow Foon Noodles with Pork and Spare Ribs with Dry Garlic Sauce.
Lynne Stopkewich (Kissed), working from a script by Dennis Foon (Long Life, Happiness & Prosperity), took her characters literally into the darkness for Windows, the story of a couple of artists who opt to cover up every window in their house and go without natural light, rather than pay a new window tax.
Sarah Siau Foon Kho and Russell Kirby, both graduate trainee engineers, Ray Rubery, senior technician, Carl Humphries, trainee technician, and Earle Watkis, project engineer, have all joined the company, part of the international Scott Wilson Group, during the past month.
Her body was found by a Chinese servant, Wong Foon Sing, who was charged with her murder but acquitted.
A DWP inspector drove along Reseda Boulevard between Oxnard Street and Ventura Boulevard on a recent night and identified four nonfunctioning street lights, although one was turned off for a traffic signal replacement project and another because adjacent property owners rejected paying an annual street-light assessment, said Jeu Foon, a DWP supervising engineer.