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Means to lure or capture and bring something in, like reeling in a fish after you've caught it. It is also a device used for storing wound cotton, cable, fishing line etc. It …is also a type or series of dance. (MORE)

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Fishing tackle stores would be a good place to look for cheap second-hand Penn spinning reels. Although the stores may not sell them directly they may advertise on behalf of l…ocal people who can. (MORE)

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Hi. I think reeled means when you pull something in. Like you might say to someone 'How did you catch that fish?' and they will maybe say 'I reeled it in using my fishing… rod!' I think the word basically means, pulling something in, or bringing it to you. (MORE)

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A normal human doesn't have five fingers on one hand. You only have four because you call you pinky the pinky finger and you call your ring the ring finger, you call the… middle the middle finger, you call the index the index finger. But you don't call the thumb the thumb finger it is just a thumb. So you really only have four fingers not five. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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It depends on which machine you are using. On my machine it is easy. I have a Teac A-4010S. I just got it yesterday, but I put the full reel on the left, and the empty reel on… the right. I let the tape hang down loosely below the heads and pulleys and such. then i use my index finger to thread the tape from left to right, first Under the tension arm, then over the auto reverse foil sensor arm, then under the heads, then between the capstan and pinch roller, then under the auto shut off lever. that's it (MORE)

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1.free to use, 2. range can be good. 3. long battery life, 4. hundred's of channels to go on ( less interference) 5. some radio's like the t5 and t7 have group mode which i h…ave and the binatone marine 900. (MORE)

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Name Ex. Odds* Royal Flush Ac Kc Qc Jc 10c 1:650,000 Straight Flush 3d 4d 5d 6…d 7d 1:65,000 Four of a Kind Kc Ks Kd Kh 7d 1:4,000 Full House 7c 7s 7h 2c 2c 1:700 Flush Ah Jh 9h 7h 2h 1:500 Straight 10c Js Qs Kc Ah 1:250 Three of a Kind 8c 8s 8d 3d 2c 1:50 Two Pair Kd Kc 9d 9c 2c 1:20 Pair 9h 9d 7d 6d 3c 1:2.3 *Approximate, no drawing. (MORE)

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Let's work it out. A clock face is a circle. A circle has 360 degrees. It also has 12 hour marks. How many degrees per hour mark? … To answer this kind of question you always do the same thing. Take "degrees per hour mark" and turn the "per" into "divided by". Then put in the numbers you have. This is how you calculate "miles per gallon" (divide the miles driven by the gallons used) or "percent" ("cent" means "100", so divide your number by 100). In our case, we divide 360 by 12. We get 30 degrees for each hour mark. You can check this formula by looking at a clock face and seeing if there are any familiar angles. You'll notice right away that the angle between 12 and 3 is a right angle. 30 * 3 = 90 degrees, which is a right angle. Good. Moving on. If the minute hand is on 12, and the hour hand is on 5, there are 5 hour marks between the hands. Now multiply 30 degrees by 5 to get the answer to your question, which is 150 degrees. It's always a good idea to check your answer to see if it makes sense. In this case, you can compare the answer to what you'd get for 3 o'clock (30 * 3 = 90) and 6 o'clock (30 * 6 = 180). Our answer is between these numbers, as it should be. And it's closer to 180 than to 90, as it should be. Hope this helps, Gdunge (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4