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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.


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Variant of Hitchcox.


  • Music: ‘Jill in the Box’, composed and performed by Wendy Hiscocks. via: TDW

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  • Inside scoop: In 2000, Hiscocks, partnering with Ian Barker, won gold.

  • Chris Draper and Simon Hiscocks of Britain got the bronze. - Athens Watch: Thursday, Aug. 26

  • It was only in September, 1851, that a blacksmith at Buningong, named Hiscocks, who had long been searching for gold, traced a mountain-torrent back into the hills towards the north, and came upon the rich lode which soon became known as the

    A Boy's Voyage Round the World

  • Two of the defendants - 30-year-old Alex Hundert and Amanda Hiscocks, 37 - are under what they view as particularly severe restrictions, including a prohibition on taking part in any public demonstrations.

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  • Before she was sentenced, Hiscocks made a long speech decrying the justice system as racist and tilted toward the rich and powerful. - Home Page

  • In Hiscocks' sentencing, the judge accepted a joint submission from Miller and the defendant's lawyer, Bob Richardson, and sentenced her to 16 months in jail. - Home Page

  • Unruly supporters of prominent anarchist Amanda Hiscocks nearly derailed her G20 sentencing hearing Friday when the judge cleared the courtroom. - Home Page

  • Most of Hiscocks' 100 supporters were forced to watch from a video room next door. - Home Page

  • Hiscocks, along with five other anarchists, pleaded guilty last November to counselling mischief. - Home Page


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