pool cue


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Noun1.pool cue - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiardspool cue - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
sports implement - an implement used in a sport
stock - the handle end of some implements or tools; "he grabbed the cue by the stock"
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Mr Laws, who had not been involved in the altercation, was punched and kicked and attacked with a pool cue, leaving him with two black eyes as well as cuts and bruises.
A HABITUAL criminal who committed a vicious cashpoint robbery on a man whom he beat with a pool cue failed to get his nine-year sentence cut on appeal yesterday.
The older boy, who also faces a separate allegation of assaulting a cafe worker with a pool cue causing actual bodily harm, eight days previously, was remanded in custody for a week.
A Birmingham man who bludgeoned his friend to death with a pool cue was sentenced to eight years in jail yesterday.
A WAR of words erupted in riot-torn north Belfast last night over claims that Shankill bomber Sean Kelly attempted to attack a loyalist with a pool cue.
It even comes with a pool cue and a game, Ultimate 8 Ball.
The loose forward, dubbed "Bam Bam" after whacking a troublemaker with a pool cue, makes his debut for Central Centurions in their clash with Lomond Valley at Dumbarton.
With a fighting system based on his fighting style, specialized moves have been incorporated to allow players to use Chan's fighting props such as a broom, pool cue, plunger and even a fish.
The doorman was punched, beaten with a pool cue and stamped on as he tried to get away and defend himself.
The thug, 36, beat his stepson with a pool cue and punched him until he was sick, a court heard.
A ROBBER armed with a pool cue attacked and injured two shop workers in a "sustained and violent" assault by a hooded man.
A SOCCER fan turned pool cue attacker when a blameless stranger picked his team to lose.