Corkscrew

Corkscrew is British slang for bent.
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Corkscrew

Corkscrew is British slang for bent.
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corkscrew

[n] - a bottle opener that pulls corks 2. [v] - move in a spiral or zigzag course
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Corkscrew

Metal post for supporting a wire entanglement, with twisted base enabling it to be screwed into the ground, obviating the use of a hammer which might attack enemy fire.
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corkscrew

the buckling of tubing in a large-diameter pipe or casing.
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Corkscrew

A tool, comprising a pointed metallic helix attached to a handle, for drawing Corks from bottles.
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Corkscrew

Cork'screw` (-skru`) noun An instrument with a screw or a steel spiral for drawing corks from bottles. Corkscrew stairs , a spiral staircase around a solid newel.
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Corkscrew

Cork'screw` transitive verb To press forward in a winding way; as, to corkscrew one's way through a crowd. [ Colloq.] Dickens.
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corkscrew

bottle screw noun a bottle opener that pulls corks
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corkscrew

verb move in a spiral or zigzag course
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Corkscrew

• (v. t.) To press forward in a winding way; as, to corkscrew one`s way through a crowd. • (n.) An instrument with a screw or a steel spiral for drawing corks from bottles.
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corkscrew

(from the article `roller coaster`) ...ride (a water ride) and the runaway mine ride (set in a faux mine), which arrived in 1966 at Six Flags over Texas. Toomer, who designed some 80 ...
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Corkscrew

[Silverwood] Corkscrew is an Arrow Dynamics prototype roller coaster located at Silverwood Theme Park. Ten exact replicas of this same design were produced 1975–1979 at other scattered parks. This corkscrew previously operated at Knott`s Berry Farm from 1975-89. Developed by Ron Toomer of Arrow Dynamics, a Utah based design firm, the `Cor
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Corkscrew

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Corkscrew

[Playland] Corkscrew is a steel roller coaster located at Playland At the PNE amusement park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is famous for its appearance in the 2006 motion picture Final Destination 3 (known in the movie as Devil`s Flight) and the 2012 motion picture Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, as well as the popular televisi
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Corkscrew

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Corkscrew

[Valleyfair] Corkscrew is the name of a roller coaster at Valleyfair in Shakopee, Minnesota featuring one vertical loop and two corkscrews. Built in 1980, Corkscrew was planned to reflect the design of its sister roller coaster Corkscrew at Cedar Point. It is notably one of the first roller coasters to feature a double corkscrew, as well as
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Corkscrew

[Alton Towers] Corkscrew was a steel roller coaster manufactured by Vekoma of the Netherlands. The coaster was located in the Ug Land area of Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England. It was the park`s oldest ride and is considered the greatest factor in promoting the new theme park to the British public. It was one of the first double-invert
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Corkscrew

[Cedar Point] Corkscrew is a steel roller coaster built by Arrow Development at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States. When built in 1976, it was the first roller coaster in the world with 3 inversions. The coaster, which features Arrow`s first vertical loop, was built during the same time period as The Great American Revolution at M
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Corkscrew

[program] Corkscrew is a program that enables the user to tunnel arbitrary TCP connections through most HTTP and HTTPS proxy servers. Combined with features of SSH such as port forwarding, this can allow many types of services to be run securely over the SSH via HTTP connections. Supported proxy servers: ...
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Corkscrew

A corkscrew is a kitchen tool for drawing corks from wine bottles. Generally, a corkscrew consists of a pointed metallic helix (often called the `worm`) attached to a handle. The user grips the handle and screws the metal point into the cork, until the helix is firmly embedded, then a vertical pull on the corkscrew extracts the cork from the bot..
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Corkscrew

[disambiguation] A corkscrew is a tool for drawing stopping corks from bottles. Corkscrew may also refer to: == Roller coasters == == See also == ...
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Corkscrew

English name (also Bottle Crew) for Corkscrew , see also under Screwpull .
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Corkscrew

Device for removing corks from wine bottles. See Wine Openers at Wine Accessories.
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