meacock

meacock

(ˈmiːˌkɒk)
n
a coward or timid person
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GRANADA Reports presenter Lucy Meacock has been recognised for her services to broadcasting with an honorary degree from the University of Salford.
The event was at The Lowry Theatre, Manchester, hosted by my lovely friend Lucy Meacock, from Granada TV.
So thank you to the Royal Television Society for a wonderful evening and thank you to Lucy Meacock for using your professionalism and get the best out of the judge.
PUPILS were urged to take advantage of whatever opportunities may come their way by Granada TV presenter Lucy Meacock at the 2019 Cheshire Schools Awards.
Both Lucy Meacock and Michael Green paid tribute to the late Dianne Oxberry, the BBC North West TV presenter who presented the Cheshire Schools Awards during its first four years but who died suddenly in January following a short battle with ovarian cancer.
The company thereafter determined that four portfolio managersDaniel Rivera, Stephen Kensinger, Deborah Meacock, and Rebecca Scheunemanhad violated the company's conflict-of-interest policy by timing trades to improve their bonuses.
Bill Bankes-Jones'witty translation into English of the libretto went down a treat with the audience, as did the highly colourful costumes and set BYTIM Meacock.
Meacock: (a) coward (b) highly energetic (c) aquiver (d) punish 8.
Dr Christopher Gareth Meacock, 33, originally from Wrexham, was found dead at his home in Pretoria, South Africa, on February 20, 2013.
Although they were never named by Allstate, Daniel Rivera, Stephen Kensinger, Deborah Joy Meacock and Rebecca Scheuneman filed the defamation lawsuit in March 2010, claiming they were falsely accused of wrongdoing by the SEC filing.
Meanwhile, Rachel Meacock, a University of Manchester health economist, has called on Mr Hunt to halt his drive for seven-day NHS services.