hotch

hotch

 (hŏch)
intr.v. hotched, hotch·ing, hotch·es Scots
To fidget.

[Middle English, perhaps from Old French hocher, to shake, possibly of Germanic origin.]

hotch

(hɒtʃ)
vb
to (cause to) jog; fidgetto swarm (with), or be in a ferment
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Firefighters were call to Hotch Pudding Place, in West Denton, Newcastle, at around 12.
Kaci Schroeder Hotch, legislative aide to Thomas, says at the last meeting in January there was talk about a different tax that would not require Alaskans to pay for transportation improvement projects in Washington that do not benefit Alaskans.
Breakfast with the Builders -- Builders Mike Campo, Jaxon Fyffe, Matt Hotch, Keino and Paul Cox from Indian Larry Legacy, Victor Martens, Cory Ness, Dave Perowitz, Roland Sands and Frank Stancato.
Hotch, who has been featured on the Discovery Channel's "Biker Build-Off," is president of Matt Hotch Designs, a custom motorcycle business based in Fullerton, CA.
Instead you were running a hotch potch situation and if this visit had not happened, you would still be doing this now.
Firefighters were called to the house in Hotch Pudding Place, West Den-ton, Newcastle, at around 10pm last night.
When we arrived, however, some six years back we couldnOt get to grips with the hotch potch city.
To those who are not aware of the group, they play traditional Irish music in the main with a whole hotch potch of other stuff thrown in.
Readers interested in the presentation of the evidence without the personal biases of the principals involved will welcome Dear Papa, Dear Hotch rather than yet another quickly produced memoir by one who was lucky enough to spend a bit of time with the great man.
Hotch Potch Alphabet contains a plate, a bowl and a mug and will retail for $29.
Because he isn't quite as widely known as celebrity designers including James, Matt Hotch and Paul Yaffe, Garner can offer customers bikes for $30,000 to $60,000.