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  • Ingoldsby said, explaining that Locust Street was once known as Jockey Street because people sold and traded horses there on Court Day, a day when many countians came to town.

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  • 'Victoria's Secret chain and other big names such as Jockey International.

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  • ( "Jockey," an essay in the playful, towards making light of the jockey's sin!) "I expect he's been in search of Amy."

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  • 'Jockey' songs constitute a distinct and numerous class, and belong for the most part to the middle of the last century, when Jockey and Jenny were formidable rivals to the Strephons and Chloes of the artificial school of pastoral poetry.

    Ancient Poems, Ballads, and Songs of the Peasantry of England

  • She said '' Jockey '' was part of a large group of close-knit friends.

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  • Anthony, known as '' Jockey '' for his small stature.

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  • Anthony, known as '' Jockey '' for his small stature.

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  • She said '' Jockey '' was part of a large group of close-knit friends.

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  • Talamo, who appears on the Animal Planet series "Jockey," has won five Grade I stakes -- the first two on July 7, 2007 -- and jumped into the national spotlight by winning the Wood with I Want Revenge.

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  • Cooper, Inc. introduced the "Jockey" brand of underwear in 1930.

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