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  • v. Present participle of hoke.


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  • Anyway it's clear that Ireland's cultural bequest to the world over the last millennium and a half – Riverdance notwithstanding – lies in the written word, and I've spent the last week or so hoking around in the evidence – the new Penguin Book of Irish Poetry, edited by Patrick Crotty.

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  • It wasn't that Ellen Cherry was unappreciative of Ultima's hoking a tchynik.

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  • What are RCL cables for like when hoking up a cd deck and does it matter if there in the front or back? en Español

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  • Recently I was hoking about on the internet for a picture to illustrate the opening page of a new resource booklet that I have put together as a resource manual that folk could use to introduce very young children (pre-school and below) to the magic of gardening.

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  • Slide 5: Angina Pectoris Definition: Angina: C hoking or suffocation.

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  • Sex in teenage relationships Ex broke up with me for a 20 yr old guy we are 16 now she talks to me abotu hoking up and having sex and she is thinking of getting back w / me i ignored her for a week and she really wants me what should i do to make her break itoff w / him and want me agai

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