Hoise

Related to Hoise: house party, house of cards
v. t.1.To hoist.
They . . . hoised up the mainsail to the wind.
- Acts xxvii. 40.
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Ravensnest Fishery 01291 689564 TOBY Hoise topped the week's catches in fine style with 28 rainbows caught and returned and two of them were fish weighing over 12lb.
Ringleader Ian Hall Senior, 48, of Eastbourne Avenue, in Walker, Newcastle, was jailed for 27 months, Ian Hall Junior, 28, of Coronation Drive, North Shields, was sentenced to 21 months' imprisonment, Thomas Grimes, 25, and Gary Hoise, 32, both of Yelverton Crescent, in Walker, were sentenced to 18 months in jail and Lee Matthew Clough, 28, of Courtfield Road, in Walker was handed an 18-month jail term.
Roddy E, Zhang W, Doherty M, Arden NK, Barlow J, Birrell F, Carr A, Chakravarty K, Dickson J, Hay E, Hoise G, Hurley M, Jordan K, McCarthy C, McMurdo M, Mockett S, O'Reilly S, Peat G, Pendleton A and Richards S (2005): Evidence-based recommendations for the role of exercise in the management of osteoarthritis of the hip or knee--the MOVE consensus.
After Franco's description of Servio's chest as a pit of usury, Brisheo concludes, "Well sirrha, leaue your ieasting, and goe wi[th] the master of my barke to vnlode the wares, and see that at the crane you hoise them vp" (244-46).
Caroline Hoise, for Severn Trent, said: "It was quite a complicated repair and split and the pipe had to be replaced.
Mine own good Bat, before thou hoise up saile, To make a furrowe in the foming seas, Content thy selfe to heare for thine availe, Such harmlesse words, as ought thee not displease.