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- proper n. A male given name, pet form of Rocco.
- proper n. Rocky Balboa, a fictional boxer played by Sylvester Stallone in a series of films.
- proper n. The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
- proper n. The regional city of Rockhampton, Queensland.
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Missouri enters the rocky mountains to the North of 45° - we did take the liberty of placing his discoveries or at least the Southern extremity of them about a degree further N. in the sketh which we sent on to the government this spring mearly from the Indian information of the bearing from Fort Mandan of the entrance of the Missouri into the Rocky
Wang - who goes by the nickname "Rocky," because the Chinese character for his name is a picture of three stones - grew up in Shanghai.
-- Coaches nicknamed him "Rocky" after a well-known player with the Detroit Tigers who went by the name Rocky Bridges.
Rocky is a dump truck that interacts with his users.
Born Ray Charles Leonard in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, this boxer, known for his agility and finesse, won 36 of 40 professional matches and several national titles.
We have a "Samson Surcharge" which was established after the senseless poaching of "Samson" in Rocky Mountain National Park.
'I wasn't anywhere I shouldn't have been and that's for sure,' he said, and he went into an elaborate explanation of how on that evening he had been in a pub with someone called Rocky whose surname he didn't know, then at his sister's, then in a club round the back of Leicester Square with 'old Silver '.
Just to make things absolutely clear we are talking about the big screen debut of macho man Sunny Deol's handsome son, Karan, who also goes by the name Rocky Deol.
Alex Reid, who he referred to as Rocky, and Bowers agreed with him.
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