hooven

Related to hooven: hooved, Hoover

hooven

(ˈhuːvən)
adj
(Veterinary Science) (of cattle and sheep) affected by hoove, a disease which causes the belly to distend with gas
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Returning delegates included: Head Delegate, Evan Doughty of Equality, Casper Johns of Omaha, Ryan Dennison and senior delegate Dana Hooven, both of Harrisburg.
The figures show that the market conditions in the newspaper sector have hardly improved, Johan van den Hooven from SNS Securities said, adding that he does not expect a strong recovery in the advertising market in the short term.
van den Hooven EH, de Kluizenaar Y, Pierik FH, Hofman A, van Ratingen SW, Zandveld PY, et al.
She leaves two daughters: Sally Geldard Hewes and her husband Douglas and Jennifer Geldard and her husband John Hooven of West Brookfield; one sister, Barbara Dye of Kansas; one grandson, Maxwell Hooven; and several nieces and nephews.
What makes this festival really unique is the easy access to the arts,'' said Joe Hooven, president of the Universal City-North Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
Hooven of West Chester University in Pennsylvania report on a method that may give a more realistic measure of the exposure of preschool children to lead-contaminated dust [EHP 108:663-666].
Lackey was appointed to the board last year after board president Joe Hooven quit.
Hazelton, in turn told former school board President Joe Hooven but did not report the allegation to the authorities as required by state law.
Grigsby said Joe Hooven, the former president of the Burbank Board of Education, encouraged Hazelton to quit his job coaching the football team at Montclair Prep and to come to Burbank High as a coach and an administrator.