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hawker

1
a person who travels from place to place selling goods

hawker

2
a person who hunts with hawks, falcons, etc.
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Buddheswar Pal got agitated after a quarrel with the 30-year-old hawker and beheaded him after drawing a sharp weapon in full public view on Sunday afternoon, a senior police officer said.
Captain Hawker said: "This weekend I am keeping my eyes and ears open and be ready to sketch whatever is there.
In addition, Hawker and its subsidiary have made a number of advances totaling approximately $1.
Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre (SHPBASC) has won Civil Aviation Administration of China (CC) and U.
THE family of murdered British teacher Lindsay Hawker have branded a film that depicts her killer's years on the run as "distasteful and an insult".
A FILM about how the killer of Coventry teacher Lindsay Hawker evaded justice will be released in Japan next week.
A BROWN hawker dragonfly seen at RSPB Ynys-hir last month was the first recorded sighting of the insect in Ceredigion.
The local hawker community is angry and hostile to foreign pavement hawkers.
Hawker, which filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May, employs about 280 people at Adams Field in Little Rock, where it finishes out its line of private jets.
Hawker Beechcraft owners are selling their equity stakes.
Aircraft manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft Corporation reported on Monday that its Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support (GCS) has announced the successful initial flight of the Hawker 400XPR engine test article, a first flight of an aircraft that has been upgraded with new Williams International FJ44-4A-32 engines.
THE family of murdered Midland teacher Lindsay Hawker have spoken of their relief after a Japanese court rejected an appeal by her killer.