from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of hooker.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as hooker.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nautical, an obsolete form of hooker.
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But the root lies deep, and the stalk above it is very brittle, and "when the little 'howker' breaks the white shank he at once desists from his attempt to reach the root, for he believes that it will elude his search by sinking deeper and deeper into the ground" (Johnston).
We had a two-time Super Bowl winning coach and a pro-bowl quarterback. howker wrote: Take away the glove games after the dislocated finger and the ankle injury and Orton would have been well over 4,000 yards for the season.
It is only because his name is Orton and you are predisposed to dislike him that you think otherwise. howker wrote: I presented facts, something that I saw none of in your statement.
His rating went from 59.7 to 79.6 to 86.8. howker wrote: I presented facts, something that I saw none of in your statement.
A game with the playoffs on the line? howker wrote: Anybody who can find an online statistics site can read (if literate) that he is substantially better every year when he is a starter than he was in his previous starting season.
He doesn't make mistakes except against that power house KC he threw 2 TD 's to Derrick Johnson --- he plays for them not us. how absolutely pathetic to boast that orton now has his average pass completion boosted to 7 whole yards. howker wrote: His rating went from 59.7 to 79.6 to 86.8.
Until Orton has a season that is not better than his previous season, which, again, will not happen this year, there is no factual basis for believing that he has reached his limit. howker wrote: douglasatchison wrote:
Re: Article Discussion: Bowlen says Brandon Marshall might be ba howker wrote: Of course, you don't want to rip the defense or the rushing game; you want to blame it all on Orton. howker wrote: [which is better than Brady, Manning, Roethlisberger and Warner, this issue is way down the list of Broncos 'problems.