Goose neck

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(Naut.) anything, as a rod of iron or a pipe, curved like the neck of a goose; specially (Naut.), an iron hook connecting a spar with a mast.

See also: Goose

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Devices such as a goose neck snare, an over-the-wire balloon catheter, or biopsy forceps, may be adapted and adjusted for catheter retrieval.
On the coast, she meets Marie-Carmen, who braves choppy waters where fishermen die every year to hunt for Percebes - or Goose Neck Barnacles.
Geese were what Mark Caro, in his 2009 book, The Foie Gras Wars: How a 5,000-Year-Old Delicacy Inspired the World's Fiercest Food Fight, described as "prodigious portable producers" or "walking larders." In addition to cooking with goose fat and consuming goose liver and giblets, Jews ate roasted goose and stuffed goose neck, made gribenes (cracklings) out of the skin and plucked the feathers to make down comforters.
Alternatively, the goose neck clip lamp from Homebase (, 0845 077 8888) costs just pounds 5.99.
The camera is secured via a goose neck clamp to a retractor.
Remove the liquor from the roasting pan and make the gravy as follows: Goose neck, wing tips, heart, liver and gizzard 1 teaspoon onion, chopped fine 1 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons flour
The units' goose neck faucets are fashioned in a European design and available in standard inverted "J" style or in double-bend long-reach style.
McElrath goose neck trailer, 2004 Manitou Turbo lift, Sky Trak 5522 Lift, and platform lifts.