quacker


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quacker

(ˈkwækə)
n
informal someone who or something which quacks
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The lien is attached to his prized possession: a onethird stake in the 300-acre Quacker Jack Hunting Club, about 5 miles southwest of Stuttgart.
WATER VIEW Enjoying the spring sunshine in Dublin's Herbert Park QUACKER TIME Feeding the ducks SUNNY DELIGHT Public grab some rays
A $1,070,000 first lien mortgage for a 5 unit office building on Quacker Bridge Road in Hamilton, NJ.
uk of the Wacker Quacker, which then disappeared completely when it became unhinged as it was being towed to a slipway.
The quickest quacker was duck number 403, which won its owners - a family from Gosforth, Newcastle - a holiday in Florida courtesy of Co-operative Travel.
A profoundly decent older man achieves a measure of dignity in a cruel world after he teams up with a motherless little quacker in "Duck.
He has overcome the problems of French hunters who did not believe the Acme Quacker would be understood by Gallic ducks and has even sold Lock Ness Monster calls to tourists and dinosaur hunters.
During the night, our sixteen ducks had no where to escape the jaws of predators so I asked my husband if he would build me a Quacker Box.
A Lil Quacker Book by Kenneth Leon Roberts published by Thee Olde Peddler Book Sellers.
They were hastily evacuated on to a pontoon as the freezing cold water suddenly started to rise towards the windows of the Wacker Quacker, which then disappeared completely when it became unhinged as it was being towed to a slipway.
The quickest quacker will win its owner a family holiday courtesy of Cooperative Travel, with other prizes to the owners of the ducks finishing second, third, fourth and fifth.