cue stick

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Noun1.cue stick - sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiardscue stick - 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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com)-- An innovative new product designed to prevent a common problem related to the practice of a popular activity, the Tank Cue Stick Holder, has been developed by Ronald G.
He is considered as the greatest billiards player of all-time, and one of the best, if not the best, to ever hold a cue stick.
I missed the five-ball once and then I made a couple of illegal breaks, not checking the rack, sometimes in too much confidence," Gabica said, referring to instances which got him to throw the cue stick in frustration.
Gang-woo Lee, 43, who doesn't have arms and uses a hook and his toes to hold the cue stick, is a participant in the Gwangju senior town pool tournament 2011 in South Korea, according to Yonhap News.
THE TAT IS A BOWL of Pho and a pool cue stick, two things that I really like.
Guiding the cue stick between his fingers, Paul focused his baby blues on the white cue ball and, in one smooth motion, sent it rolling swiftly across the table, hitting the No.
Players have the option of viewing their next shot from any of three angles: behind their cue stick, from a standing position or a birds-eye view.
Some contain a cue stick that can be screwed onto the bottom.
Hartsell picked up a cue stick only twice while growing up in west Eugene's Danebo neighborhood.
Davis has been in tremendous form so far, and his victory over Japan's Kunihiko Takahashi - the 1998 world champion - just added another notch on his cue stick which has already included the names of past global kings like Efren Reyes and Ralf Souquet.
The problem with some of the judges is that they are using the smaller flag (36"') for other purposes, like practicing their fencing or 9-iron shot or as a pool-room cue stick instead of keeping it in clear view at all times.