Identical to the normal rest, yet with a hooked metal end.
The wooden stick, which is used to strike the cue ball.
Warm dry westerly off the Rockies.
Warm dry westerly off the Rockies
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.
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Australian. Won the Australian Professional Championship, every year with the exception of one from 1963 until 1983.
The piece of equipment used for gathering the balls into the formation required by the game being played. Also known as a rack.
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.
Rarely used - the swan has an single extended neck with a fork-like prong at the end to give extra distance over larger obstructions.
Specifically made for and sold in Canada.
6 Time World Champion, 5 Time International Open Champion, 47 Other Professional Tournament Winner
A stick with an X-shaped head that is used to support the cue when the player's arm is too short.
12 speakers of Kiksht dialect in 1996
17 native speakers in l990