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  • n. Plural form of huck.


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  • Among my hamlet Californians it is not unusual to find beds in use stuffed with the "hucks" of oats, _i. e._ the chaff.

    The Life of the Fields

  • Then the younger Mr. Sturges hucks off an 80-footer and breaks his back his father says he was paddling again in two months.

    When Death Is Merely a Paddle Stroke Away

  • Book two is SIDDARTHA by Hesse; protagonist sits by the river and learns about life by watching hucks go by.

    MIND MELD: Speculative Fiction Books That Should Be Assigned in School

  • The Mad Monk hucks a sickle at The Eagle's noble noggin and bops him in the head.

    The Eagle and Buddy the Daredevil Boy!

  • It's been a godforsaken roller coaster, one that pivots and reverberates and makes you throw up and at the end, hucks you into a still, silent black hole, one where you must find your own light.

    blog: Year in Review

  • Basically, super-strong Colossus uses unbreakable Wolverine as a projectile weapon and hucks him at bad guys.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • The soft white mist came thicker around me, as the evening fell; and the peat ricks here and there, and the furze-hucks of the summer-time, were all out of shape in the twist of it.

    Lorna Doone

  • You had the communist Filipinos, or what we called them hucks -- was the slang term for them when I was there.

    CNN Transcript Jan 14, 2002

  • "You see, they just take a turn with their tails round a branch, draws their legs up close, and cuddles them with their long arms round 'em, and then they looks just like the hucks of a cocoa-nut."

    Rob Harlow's Adventures A Story of the Grand Chaco

  • But, hey, it'll be a lot more interesting if you watch it while eating a bag of chips, right? calvin hucks says: - HOME PAGE


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