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See also: [[Long weight]], [[Tartan Paint]], [[DPM Paint]], [[Bubbles for Spirit Levels]] and the infamous [[Axe and note Story]]
 
See also: [[Long weight]], [[Tartan Paint]], [[DPM Paint]], [[Bubbles for Spirit Levels]] and the infamous [[Axe and note Story]]
  
Also an actual use full bit of kit in the Sigs, usually in the Liney's boxes, who use them to hold line off the floor. That and also as coat hooks in the back of Bedford's.   
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Also an actual use full bit of kit in the Sigs, usually in the Liney's boxes, who use them to hold line off the floor. That and also as coat hooks in the back of [[Bedford]]s.   
  
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Latest revision as of 19:47, 21 December 2007

Hooks that attach to thin air. Random 'funny' activity which experienced guys send a young nig in search of.

See also: Long weight, Tartan Paint, DPM Paint, Bubbles for Spirit Levels and the infamous Axe and note Story

Also an actual use full bit of kit in the Sigs, usually in the Liney's boxes, who use them to hold line off the floor. That and also as coat hooks in the back of Bedfords.



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