hoo


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hoo

(huː)
pron
dialect West Yorkshire and Lancashire she
[from Old English heo]
References in classic literature ?
But now one answers from far woods in a strain made really melodious by distance -- Hoo hoo hoo, hoorer hoo; and indeed for the most part it suggested only pleasing associations, whether heard by day or night, summer or winter.
An' him that lives in Sallust's hoos, he's there, hoddin''em on.
The story is about Hoo Has, which are household objects, and their quest to save their magical home from demolition.
Hoo La Baloo: will be partnered by 10lb conditional James Cowley
The girls have been together for 18 years but seem set for their first chart success with Woo Hoo.
In 1953 it gained college status and remained in the old Victorian building until 1955 when the first development of the Hoo Road site was commissioned.
Hoo La Baloo: "trained for the race," according to Paul Nicholls
Sutton Hoo, which experts say ranks in historical importance with Stonehenge, is the burial ground of the Anglo-Saxon pagan kings of East Anglia.
Hoo Farm's proprietor, Mr Edward Dorrell, a former amateur jockey with experience of riding the real Grand National at Aintree, provided a full commentary to the race,
Nicholls produced Ad Hoc to triumph in 2001 and 2003 and expects another bold showing by Hoo La Baloo, the sponsor's 6-1 favourite, who was rated 9lb higher when he chased home Monkerhostin last year.
A statement said: "Emergency services are dealing with an incident at Kingsnorth Industrial Estate on the Hoo Peninsula after reports of an explosion and fire in an oil tank at an engineering company.