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    1. “If you hand me that towel, I’m going to shank you,” he says, this time slower

    2. heart attack or to put your shank into another inmate and give him

    3. Prince is more than a sellout, a shank

    4. El Fuego came at him again with the manmade shank but Loco grabbed his hand and managed to redirect El Fuego's hand

    5. The shank made contact with El Fuego's abdomen and he fall down

    6. Maybe a few mudfish! Maybe a mastodon shank or two! A voice in the back of his mind cautioned him against moving into a cave with who-knew how many

    7. Members of 3LAM partake of what is called Amputation Cuisine: this technique consists of the dismembering of young animals, like a shank from veal, or a pig's trotter, and letting them live longer and grow larger, and then at each harvesting stage a different cut is removed

    8. That’s the distance between the shank (the part of the hook you tie flies on) and the point

    9. Finally, the hook has a shank

    10. As I mentioned earlier, the shank is the length of the hook where the body of the fly is usually tied

    11. Some will have a straight shank and some will have a curved shank

    12. Position the butt ends of the feather fibers about 1/5 of a hook shank back from the hook eye

    13. Start the thread and tie in a tail about the same length as the hook shank

    14. approximately 1/3 of the hook shank back from the hook eye

    15. Bohdan expected a shank in the ribs, but instead the skinhead sat down opposite him and waited to be addressed

    16. Rancid spied what looked like a long metal shank, or screwdriver between Charles fingers

    17. However, the new cell-mate was found dead in the shower block, his throat slit with a shank

    18. That’s the distance between the shank

    19. mentioned earlier, the shank is the length of the hook where the

    20. have a straight shank and some will have a curved shank

    21. These have a hump in the shank to

    22. 2 Place a few pieces of the fur you are using on the shank and

    23. Thomas had even bought a lamb shank for the

    24. “Ain’t no goin’ out there, shank

    25. “Haven’t been here a week, shank

    26. “I nominate this shank to replace me as Keeper of the Runners

    27. “You’re not half bad, shank

    28. “Of course you do, shank

    29. “Ain’t dead, are ya, shank?” Alby asked

    30. “That’s not what I meant, shank

    31. “See ya, shank

    32. It doesn’t matter if it’s a shank in the mess hall or an assault in the yard, or a visit from a CO late in the night

    33. The shank is lowered into a hot bath of lard, really in the same way you would confit duck

    34. The shank is cooked slowly and, therefore, loses a minimal amount of weight as all the flavors and tenderness is encapsulated by the warm, covering fat

    35. To enhance the flavor and make the surface crispy, the shank is then baked over an open fire

    36. Here is a better case: the leg of a woodcock was sent to me by a friend, with a little cake of dry earth attached to the shank, weighing only nine grains; and this contained a seed of the toad-rush (Juncus bufonius) which germinated and flowered

    37. At last the shank, in one complete rod, received its final heat; and as Perth, to temper it, plunged it all hissing into the cask of water near by, the scalding steam shot up into Ahab's bent face

    38. Fashioned at last into an arrowy shape, and welded by Perth to the shank, the steel soon pointed the end of the iron; and as the blacksmith was about giving the barbs their final heat, prior to tempering them, he cried to Ahab to place the water-cask near

    1. He got shanked to death by a members of the

    2. The snaffle would be gentler than the shanked, double reined bit D’ata normally rode with

    3. I turned down his offer, and three days later, he was dead, shanked in the liver over some insignificant dispute

    1. Skinny shanks stuck out of the robes here and there

    2. would instead have pulled out their shanks and said to the lion,

    3. Avery intentionally shanks his shot, landing a few yards from Catena, just to get close

    4. While someone raced to the sickbay, Robert fought with himself, surrendered, rolled the enemy onto his back, pressed his thin shanks as hard as he could into his belly, then released them suddenly, repeating this several times until, with a shuddering of breath, a fit of coughing and gasps and heaves of his puny chest, Lance’s colour gradually returned

    5. “You two shanks are the Med-jacks—figure it out

    6. The poor shanks who got stuck out in the Maze all night weren’t found until later—days later, sometimes, if at all

    7. “It’s sure easy for you shanks to sit here and talk about something you’re stupid on

    8. “Just a few days after this guy shows up, he steps out in the Maze to save two shanks he hardly knows

    9. Then you’re Minho’s, and I want you to stay away from the other shanks for a while

    10. Some shanks got in there and put it out, but way too late

    11. “The Creators—those shanks did this to us, not Tommy and Teresa

    12. “You shanks are driving me nuts

    13. “And there’s no sign of those shanks who rescued us,” he added

    14. He turned, bounded back, came nearer, trotted on twinkling shanks

    15. Guns are uncommon; it’s by shanks and razors, anything that can be pried loose and sharpened into a weapon, that most of the injuries are inflicted

    16. Goes about at a great pace on his long shanks;

    17. “The fat is great to melt and use in the cooking process of shanks and shoulders of pig, for instance

    18. “Like a lotta white dudes beat the crap out of me and then stuck me with shanks everywhere

    19. He began ticking the steel shanks of his war-hammer head against his pauldron

    20. Under those sturdy towers of legs are spindly shanks, thin and not too straight; with his chest ruff removed one can see the sagging stomach of the middle-aged

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    Synonyms for "shank"

    shank cannon waist stem crop haft grip butt knob

    "shank" definitions

    a cut of meat (beef or veal or mutton or lamb) from the upper part of the leg

    the part of the human leg between the knee and the ankle

    cylinder forming a long narrow part of something

    cylinder forming the part of a bolt between the thread and the head

    cylinder forming the part of a bit by which it is held in the drill

    the narrow part of the shoe connecting the heel and the wide part of the sole

    lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock in hoofed mammals

    a poor golf stroke in which the heel of the club hits the ball

    hit (a golf ball) with the heel of a club, causing the ball to veer in the wrong direction