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  • n. A student, alumnus, or supporter of Virginia Tech/V.P.I. (University), Blacksburg, Virginia.
  • n. The mascot of Virginia Tech/V.P.I. (University), Blacksburg, Virginia.

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Examples

  • If he averages 7.4 again, he will become just the fourth player in Hokie history to top the 1,000 rebound mark.

    Virginia Tech - Team Notes

  • Schaub completed 12-of-23 passes for just 43 yards and threw an interception in Hokie territory late in the third quarter.

    NCAA Division I College Football - Virginia vs. Virginia Tech

  • They now do have a donations area, and it's called the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.

    free technopeasant fiction: watersnake, firesnake

  • But on the Blacksburg campus, Virginia Tech alumni organized what they're calling Hokie Hope Day.

    CNN Transcript Apr 20, 2007

  • The university has set up what it's calling the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.

    CNN Transcript Apr 23, 2007

  • One other note on how you can help: The university has set up what it's calling the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.

    CNN Transcript Apr 23, 2007

  • A Hokie is a made up term, therefore throwing the word bird after that made up word does not make it a great mascot.

    Our local idol, Bucky.

  • People interviewed for the article included the event coordinator, a rep for the Advisory Council for Environmental Sustainability, a rep for something called Hokie Spokes, an environmentally friendly bike shop, a rep for Young Democrats, a rep for the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team, and a representative from the Earth Sustainability Pilot Course.

    From On High

  • You can also deactivate your Hokie Passport by calling the Hokie

    Articles on CollegiateTimes.com

  • - Luckily for Virginia Tech, a Hokie is a turkey, not a chicken.

    Iowa State Daily

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