decko

decko

(ˈdɛkəʊ)
n, pl -kos
a peek or a glance
vb
to peek or glance (at)
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Team Decko Africa has Soni siblings Tsevi and Tsorav Soni, Yuvraj Rajput, who is also the Bambino Champion, quad rider Wayne Fernandez, Kiana Rajput and Kirit Rajput in the Open Class.
And that great Liverpool word "decko", meaning "look" ("give us a decko"), is taken from Indian English "deck", for "look or peep", but ultimately derives from the Hindi "dekhna" - "to see, look at".
(24) Njezin sadaUnji decko nedavno se raziUao s dugogodiUnjom djevojkom.
Hayley Keightley's dog had traded track records with Trapstyle Jet in the first two rounds, but was a strong evens favourite for the decider and flashed out of trap one en route to a four lengths-plus victory over Lacken Decko. He posted an excellent 14.82sec on going rated -15, just four spots outside the week-old track record.
Johnson, "DECKO: single-oligo, dual-CRISPR deletion of genomic elements including long non-coding RNAs," BMC Genomics, vol.
He sometimes puts on a fake Irish accent and uses the nicknames William Murdoch Henderson, Deco, Dekko, Decco and Decko.
(1.) Seinera P, Arisio R, Decko A, et al: Laparoscopic myomectomy: Indications, surgical technique and complications.
EPIC STARS: John with Dora and SpongeBob ALL MOD CONS: The massive Norwegian Epic NEW YORK-BOUND: MSC Magnifica SIZE MATTERS: The giant Allure will be the world's joint biggest cruise ship GOOD VALUE: Thomson ART DECKO: The Queen Elizabeth LITTLE LUXURY: Pricey Sojourn TRADITIONAL: Saga Pearl II GOING GREEN: Lawn on Celebrity Eclipse DIVE IN: Make a splash on the ocean waves OLD AND NEW: Nieuw Amsterdam
But now, thank the lord, we can safely titter at the "Mai husband and Ai" Christmas message - but for real royal creeping have a decko at the way we treated grand-papa George V's seasonal offering in 1932.
This was how the later "Decko" ("D") Theatre actress Lola Skrbkova remembered her first encounter with her future director.
Similarly, in Polish dzieciak 'kid', derived from dziecko 'child', could be considered a category in transition as it shows semantic characteristics of both CHILD and BOY, whereas Serbian decak has permanently changed its sense to 'boy'; the word decko also meaning 'boy'.