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As we came into the Hook, we were hailed by a gun-boat, and heard of the "Little Embargo."
He had been lightly hooked on the angle of the right jaw, and the hook had not wearied him.
Mrs. Wilson put down her hook again, and leaned back in her chair.
Seizing a match-box, he struck a light and held it to the hook.
I am an outlaw, and get my living by hook and by crook in a manner it boots not now to tell of.
Cornish seized him by the arm, and held him while he hook like a leaf and swayed heavily.
Are you going to land them at the Hook or take them on to Rotterdam, sir?
He was busily baiting the hook; now he extended the pole to her.
I'd like to try spying, on my own hook, once, like Dick does.
I would even have been willing to try and bait (shudders) his hook.