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hockey stick

n.
A long-handled stick with one curved end that is used in hockey.

hock′ey stick`


n.
the long, hooked stick used in field hockey or ice hockey.
[1840–50]
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Noun1.hockey stick - sports implement consisting of a stick used by hockey players to move the puckhockey stick - sports implement consisting of a stick used by hockey players to move the puck
stick - a long implement (usually made of wood) that is shaped so that hockey or polo players can hit a puck or ball
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How she did it, she never knew, but for the next few minutes she worked as if possessed, blindly obeying Laurie, who was quite self-possessed, and lying flat, held Amy up by his arm and hockey stick till Jo dragged a rail from the fence, and together they got the child out, more frightened than hurt.
The 540-tonne pillars resembling curved hockey sticks are the main support for the retractable roof of the arena designed by the late British-Iraqi architect.
PESHAWAR -- Director Operation Syed Saqlain Shah Saturday distributed 40 hockey sticks and as many balls promised by Director General Sports KP Junaid Khan during the Independence Day final match.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Sports Hockey Sticks
Rather, it's the ambulatory clinic inside the new Shriners Hospitals for Children--Canada in Montreal, which comes complete with a scoreboard to direct patients to their exam rooms, red hockey goal lights hanging from the ceiling, and 750 hockey sticks and pucks adorning the walls and staff work areas.
The equipment includes hockey sticks, balls, goalkeeping equipment, kits and shoes.
Irked that the vehicles were stopped, some supporters of the MLA jumped out of the vehicles and started attacking the toll plaza staff with iron rods and hockey sticks.
I'm Canadian, so I can't help seeing hockey sticks in the sky.
After Kate Middleton was pictured playing the game 10 days ago at the Olympic Park, online retailers reported a 238 per cent increase in the sales of hockey sticks.
Hockey sticks often break when they're subject to large three-point bending toads during a slap shot, said John McPhee, chief scientist at Hockey Robotics of Waterloo, Canada.
Maybe with the (traditional) green, people can think of the old jolly hockey sticks thing and St Trinian's but this just makes it new and modern.
We'll soon be having health and safety people telling tennis players or hockey players that they can only use foampadded tennis rackets or hockey sticks otherwise they might hurt themselves, or golfers will have to use a soft ball in case it hits and hurts someone in the crowd.