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jocko

(ˈdʒɒkəʊ)
n, pl -os
(Animals) a W African name for chimpanzee
[C19: from French, based on Bantu ngeko]
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Headlined by personal-development leaders such as Brendon Burchard, Peter Diamandis, Jocko Willink, Chalene Johnson and Mel Robbins, the second-ever SUCCESS Live event inspired and motivated people from all over the world.
Navy SEALs Lead and Win, by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin, St.
It was a bizarre touring break, with the family taking with them a pet monkey called Jocko, a parakeet and spaniel.
Jocko Milligan was apprenticed to a blacksmith at Girard College for Orphans before turning to real estate investment during his ten-year catching career.
These arbiters are Tom Connolly (1953), Bill Klem (1953), Billy Evans (1973), Jocko Conlan (1974), Cal Hubbard (1976), Al Barlic, (1989), Bill McGowan (1992), Nestor Chylak (1999) and Doug Harvey (2010).
Notes: A Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on May 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM at Jocko River Trout Hatchery, 71873 Hatchery Lane, Arlee, MT.
While his firm also did the channel reconstruction for the Jocko River near Arlee, Daniels said rebuilding the Clark Fork was a much more challenging assignment.
Jocko Weyland sent me his latest batch of curated images designed to stoke and/or provoke.
Historians routinely credit it with helping to popularize skateboarding, including Jocko Weyland who claims that Skaterdater was a "basis for all that came after.
But as he raised and hand fed them, naming them Jocko and Jicky, and watched them grow bigger and bigger, he fell in love with them.
The coin is linked to the Jocko figure in that the inscription on the coin shows the continuing legacy of slavery, not only manifested in the Jocko figure itself but also in a pathological situation presently occurring within Mrs.
I spotted two references to Liverpool - one in Jo, Zette and Jocko book The Secret Ray, and another in Tintin adventure The Seven Crystal Balls.