joskin

joskin

(ˈdʒɒskɪn)
n
a country bumpkin; hick
References in classic literature ?
Then he and eight other gentlemen of about the same age went down in a body to Kew one Saturday, with the idea of hiring a boat there, and pulling to Richmond and back; one of their number, a shock-headed youth, named Joskins, who had once or twice taken out a boat on the Serpentine, told them it was jolly fun, boating!
A particularly nervous boy was appointed cox, and the steering principle explained to him by Joskins. Joskins himself took stroke.
More than 30 agricultural and engineering students from Coleg Cambria toured Brussels and visited the Joskin machinery plant in Liege.
445-453) lists other musicians called Josquin or similar--the heading to the Josquin article in Grove Music Online "Josquin (Lebloitte dit) des Prez [Josse, Gosse, Joskin, Jossequin, Josquinus, Jodocus, Judocus, Juschino; Desprez, des Pres, des Pres, de Pres, a Prato, de Prato, Pratensis]" sums up the problem neatly, if not exactly elegantly.
X GWEN WELSH JOSKIN EVANS: You have been helping cancer children fight to get better now its your turn to fight for your life and your lovley family xx SHARON SMITH: So glad you've had the op wishing you a speedy recovery RE LLANDUDNO'S FAMOUS MONKEY MAN RELIVES HIS 'PERFECT' WEDDING VAL ROYLE: Congratulations x SOPH MULLIGAN: Emily Williams this is who we saw!!
Glenda Joskins, 45, was strangled and her body dumped in the attic.