n.1.Scorn; derision; abusive talk.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In Irbil, where the Kuwaiti football squad will stay, security authorities have already imposed strict security measures in order to ensure safe and smooth matches there, Irbil police spokesman Hoker Azeez told KUNA.
hauker [MDu hac & hoeker, MLG hake & hoker 'retail dealer, huckster, etc.'] 'a peddler, huckster' (1409 MED).
Jonathan Bennett and Allison Hoker delivered a Jive routine as their first "DWTS" performance.
In its source, Oxus, while being called "PanjAab", flew from the mountain "Hoker" in Tajikestan to the Caspian sea.
Hoker to its board of directors, filling the director vacancy created by Wilson's retirement.
GPC Scalco, C Abegg, RK Celeste, YHM Hoker berg e E Faerstein participated equally in all stages of preparation of the article.
The next thing I knew I felt something of a headache coming on and the only children in sight on the beach were Felicity Pollock and Anne Hoker. They are always such responsible children, of course.
The UNAMI advisor in Arbil, Hoker Jetwan, declared that this plan should be approved by the Regional Government and will be announced within weeks.
Hoker, who was appointed senior vice president and controller in January, as principal accounting officer.
(17) In yet another letter written by reformer John Hoker, the Rood is attributed with still other life-like movements.
Other elements that really make this spring bear hunt special are the friendly shooting competitions and prizes that were started three seasons ago by Illinois bowhunter and wildlife artist extraordinaire Jim Hoker. Jim is an excellent bowhunter and one of the finest wood carvers in the country, and three years ago he strode into camp with a challenge: Whoever was the first of the half-dozen stickbow shooters in camp to hit a five-gallon bucket lid that Jim had hung in a tree, would be the proud owner of one of Jim's incredible trout carvings.