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Nook
   is   
Recess; Hidden or Secluded Spot
Eddie Charlton
   is famous for being a   
Snooker and Billiards Player
Australian. Won the Australian Professional Championship, every year with the exception of one from 1963 until 1983.
Triangles
   are used in   
Snooker
The piece of equipment used for gathering the balls into the formation required by the game being played. Also known as a rack.
147
   is the number of   
Maximum Break in Snooker
Steve Davis
   has excelled in   
Snooker
6 Time World Champion, 5 Time International Open Champion, 47 Other Professional Tournament Winner
Chinook Wawa
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
17 native speakers in l990
Swans
   are used in   
Snooker
Rarely used - the swan has an single extended neck with a fork-like prong at the end to give extra distance over larger obstructions.
Hook Rests
   are used in   
Snooker
Identical to the normal rest, yet with a hooked metal end.
Cues
   are used in   
Snooker
The wooden stick, which is used to strike the cue ball.
Chinook Wawa
   was spoken in   
Canada
83 native speakers left
Apple
   has a variety named   
Chinook
22
   is the number of   
Balls on a Snooker Table
Inglenook
   is described as   
California Winery Known for Its Cabernet Sauvignon Wines
Rest
   are used in   
Snooker
A stick with an X-shaped head that is used to support the cue when the player's arm is too short.
Nooksack Falls
   is situated in   
Whatcom County
Chinook
   is a   
Bear
Specifically made for and sold in Canada.
Blind Snooks Eaglin
   performed the blues song   
Brown Skinned Woman (1962)
Spiders
   are used in   
Snooker
Similar to the rest but has an arch-shaped head; it is used to elevate (and support) the tip of the cue above the height of the cue ball.
Chinook
   was spoken in   
The U.S.A.
12 speakers of Kiksht dialect in 1996
6
   is the number of   
Pockets on a Snooker Table
Snookums Rag
   was composed by   
Charles L. Johnson
1917
Extensions
   are used in   
Snooker
A shorter stick that fits over the back end of the cue, effectively lengthening the cue. Used to facilitate shots where the cue ball is a long distance from the player.
GoodFellas (1990)
   has the last line:   
“I'm an Average Nobody. I Get to Live the Rest of My Life Like a Schnook.”
Noggin the Nog
      
Had the Title Character Marry an Eskimo Princess, Nooka
Chinook
   blows through   
Canada
Warm dry westerly off the Rockies
You Go Brown Before Potting Black
   is a mnemonic for the   
Order of Snooker Balls
Yellow, Green, Brown, Blue, Pink, Black
Chinook
   blows through   
The United States
Warm dry westerly off the Rockies.






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