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wi ker

  • n  slender flexible branches or twigs (especially of willow or some canes); used for wickerwork
  • n  work made of interlaced slender branches (especially willow branches)

  • Skeptics noted a wicker chair fastened by one leg to the floor of the ship's tiny cabin.
  • With long wicker baskets called cestas strapped to their arms, the players catch and in a single, fluid motion hurl the pelota toward a 40-ft.
  • With tin, antique doorknobs, hip baths, umbrellas, bicycle parts, lamp shades, stained glass, saucepan lids, Victrola horns, ear trumpets, soup strainers, miles of wicker and .
News & Articles

  • The Grind: Rose's big win, Phil's bigger U.S. Open heartbreak & why we're all wickered out
    Welcome to another edition of The Grind, the next person who mentions Merion's wicker baskets risks being beaten with one of Merion's wicker baskets. Seriously, it was fun while it lasted, but all this attention might give other clubs ideas. What's next? Birdhouses on top of flagsticks? Car tires? Wicker chairs? Probably not, but if it ever happens, NBC and Jimmy Roberts will have a field day ...
    June 18, 2013 - GolfDigest.com via Yahoo! Sports
  • Matthew Goggin spangs one off the wicker flagstick
    Your browser does not support iframes. Sick of wicker yet? Not as sick as some of the players at Merion. Consider, for instance, Matthew Goggin, who saw a promising approach at the 6th bounce off the metal flagstick and pinball … Continue reading ?
    June 16, 2013 - Devil Ball Golf via Yahoo! Sports
  • Wicker basket not kind to Westwood
    Apparently those wicker baskets at Merion can be quite wicked. Lee Westwood was cruising along and in a share of the lead at 3 under when he encountered the par-4 12th.
    June 14, 2013 - The Golf Channel

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