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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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Variant of Adcock, a medieval diminutive of Adam.


  • The former licensed practical nurse gave milk of magnesia to five residents of Wildwood Care Center on Hadcock Road in Brunswick, knowing it would act as a laxative.


  • It was a pity, of course, that his director had been forced to commute by rail from Surrey ever since he'd lost his licence and wouldn't be arriving for at least another hour, but Hadcock was nothing if not resourceful and had no intention of hanging around waiting for one of life's accidents.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • Tim Hadcock-Mackay and Torquil MacKenzie-Buist have helped me and my family immensely through this last year and enabled me to bring Whispers of Betrayal to completion.

    Whispers Of Betrayal

  • Both the e-mail and online video claim Hadcock is facing his last Christmas due to his cancer and only wants to receive Christmas cards for the holiday.

    Breaking News - The Post Chronicle

  • Deb Hadcock in Ward 2; Bill Okrepkie in Ward 3; Ron Kroeger in Ward 4; and Aaron Costello in Ward 5.



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