Tongs

Tongs is slang for heroin.
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Tongs

Tongs is slang for heroin.
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tongs

[n] - any of various devices for taking hold of objects
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tongs

the large wrenches used to make up or break out drill pipe, casing, tubing, or other pipe; variously called casing tongs, pipe tongs, and so forth, according to the specific use. Power tongs are pneumatically or hydraulically operated tools that serve to spin the pipe up tight and, in some instances, to apply the final makeup torque.
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Tongs

Tongs noun plural [ Middle English tonge , tange , Anglo-Saxon tange ; akin to Dutch tang , German zanga , Old High German zanga , Don. tang , Swedish tång , Icelandic töng , Greek da`knein to bite, Sanskrit da&n
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tongs

pair of tongs noun any of various devices for taking hold of objects; usually have two hinged legs with handles above and pointed hooks below
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tongs

(tongs) an instrument for grasping and holding, consisting of two arms joined by a hinge or pivot. Gardner-Wells tongs U-shaped tongs used for spinal traction, having pressure–controlled pins that are inserted into the skull at opposite ends to permit application of a longi...
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Tongs

• (n. pl.) An instrument, usually of metal, consisting of two parts, or long shafts, jointed together at or near one end, or united by an elastic bow, used for handling things, especially hot coals or metals; -- often called a pair of tongs.
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tongs

(from the article `hand tool`) Tongs, pincers, tweezers, and pliers have the common task of holding or gripping objects so that they may be handled more easily. The early use of ...
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Tongs

Tongs are used for gripping and lifting tools, of which there are many forms adapted to their specific use. Some are merely large pincers or nippers, but the greatest number fall into three classes: The tongs are the most-used cooking utensil when grilling, as they provide a way to move, rotate and turn the food with delicate precision. ...
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Tongs

A tool for handling venomous snakes. A handle of varying length with a lever at one end that is connected by a cable to jaws at the other end. The jaws are for gripping the snake s body while keeping the animal a safe distance from the handler.
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