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A straw or tube entered into a cask or bottle to steal the contents by sucking them out. It was a popular and relatively easy access to extra nourishment in hot climates during the 18th and 19th centuries when captains of ships often put their private stocks of wine and spirits in a hanging safe outside their quarters to keep them cool.

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