decko

decko

(ˈdɛkəʊ)
n, pl -kos
a peek or a glance
vb
to peek or glance (at)
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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.
Doug McCray said: 'Let's go and have a decko, then go to the Beehive for a bevy.
He sometimes puts on a fake Irish accent and uses the nicknames William Murdoch Henderson, Deco, Dekko, Decco and Decko.
Seinera P, Arisio R, Decko A, et al: Laparoscopic myomectomy: Indications, surgical technique and complications.
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.
It was one of the best voice-band presentations, one that he was to return to twice with his own Decko company and which its member Nina Jirsikova was to stage at the Terezin concentration camp.
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'.
The fact of the matter is that SOS was able to capture the entire vast middle [segment] of concerned parents, and that's why we lost," Decko said.
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She's got a poem in the ECHO, can't wait to have a decko.
Seinera P, Di Gregorio A, Arisio R, Decko A, Crana F.