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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.
While sharing her own experiences of China as she has been to the country many times, Wah Foon Ho said there used to be times when she came to China and found the Chinese people poorer than her countrymen but now she admitted she finds them (the Chinese people) living in better conditions than the Malaysian people.
He first served at Foon Yew High School in Johor, Malaysia, and Jingfang Teachers' College for Women in Singapore.
Foon reports that Liberia's mining sector has been operating for centuries and contributes only 18 percent of GDP to the economy, but pays zero percent in taxes, something he describes as worrisome.
"For us," Foon said, "I think what we're looking for is more action."
Dennis Foon's brilliant play, New Canadian Kid, is a classic that endures.
Lim Choon Hong, 47, and his wife, Chong Sui Foon, 47, are facing separate charges for allegedly starving Filipina Thelma Oyasan Gawidan, 40, who was admitted to the Tan Tock Seng Hospital in April last year, weighing only 29 kilograms (kgs) which was drastically lighter compared to her former weight of 49 kgs in January 2013.
She also said she did not receive her salary and had her mobile phone kept from her while she was employed by trader Lim Choon Hong and his wife Chong Sui Foon, both 47, from January 2013 to April last year.
(15.) Bernstein ZP, Fitzpatrick JE, O'Donnell A, Han T, Foon KA, Bhargava A.
In a twelve-page essay on the state of TYA in English Canada a few years later, Dennis Foon devoted a page and a half to the "remarkable success" of Liz Gorrie's "magical" international festival, detailing its positive effects on TYA across the country (1213).
Wong Foon Chuck, de origen chino, dueno de la hacienda El Canton, y residente en la zona desde 1904, logro abrir 500 surcos de cana, pero la escasez de financiamiento y las dificultades para trasladar la produccion fuera de la ribera del rio Mante frenaron sus planes (Ibid.., 2012, 87-90).