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hawkey

(ˈhɔːkɪ)
n
(Hockey (Field & Ice)) another name for hockey2
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"Howard has always thought this wouldlike a swamp after all the rain we've had," said Johnson's father-in-law Ray Hawkey. "The horses were just starting to come and itmake a nice horse and he's beginning to prove it now.
Bird breeder Bill Hawkey discovered his deserted aviaries, on the Spital Road allotments at Newbiggin on the Northumberland coast, yesterday after a third raid in six months.
It would be a surprise if Bow Beaver did not turn up at this year's royal meeting, but Johnson's assistant Ray Hawkey said: "Howard will have a look at how the form of this race works out." Johnson owns Bow Beaver with Mark Black, but he owns Stonehaugh, who completed a double for the stable and Paul Mulrennan in the 7f handicap, outright..
Peter Hawkey, Professor of Public Health and Clinical Bacteriology at the University of Birmingham, said he feared a lack of Government guidance to GPs and hospitals could see the NHS caught out by the fast-spreading disease.
"We certainly needed that - the gallops are like a swamp after all the rain we've had," said Johnson's father-in-law Ray Hawkey.
Sean Hawkey | I think the coaching staff seriously overestimated the Welsh players' ability!
Howard Johnson's assistant Ray Hawkey said: "There are no plans confirmed for this horse.
Eminent public health specialist Prof Peter Hawkey confirms this.
Glan-yr-Afon Primary in Llanrumney, together with its speech and language staff, was highly commended by parent Sarah Hawkey, of Ball Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff.
Johnson's assistant Ray Hawkey said: "Howard was full of confidence coming here and said he is a very, very nice horse.
Lucky Art is owned in partnership by Matthew Green and Johnson whose assistant Ray Hawkey said: "Howard was worried that the horse wouldn't like it soft so I walked the whole of the fivefurlong course up the stands' rails, and when I rang Howard and told him the ground was good he told me to have a good bet."
Professor Peter Hawkey will chair the Academic Clinical Bacteriology Initiative, which is being funded and supported by Heartlands and Solihull Hospitals NHS Trust, the Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) and the University of Birmingham.

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