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haycock

[′hā‚käk]
(hydrology)
An isolated ice cone created on land ice or shelf ice because of pressure or ice movement.
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Faced with redundancy and having recently given birth to her son Ethan, Ms Haycocks took the diffi-cult decision to leave her job for self employment.
Her decision was tested to the full when only a few weeks later, Ms Haycocks was offered an alternative full-time position by her employer.
Once Hinds took a set off Scott Handley, the national title was mathematically safe for Priory meaning he played out the dead rubber to win 2-1 while Haycocks did likewise against Richie Fallows, winning 2-0.
Paula Haycocks, Barclays agricultural business manager, said, "I'm truly honoured to have this beautiful orchid named after me but the biggest thrill I have is watching this business continue to trade and grow in every sense of the word.
Barclays' Paula Mary Haycocks with Hollyoak Orchids owner Tim Morris looking at the Paula Mary orchid
Stephen Thomson, John Slater and Finance Wales investment executive David Haycocks
I am delighted that Mr Haycocks enjoyed the commentary he heard, but bemused that he only heard our coverage from the fifth fence
Mr Haycocks referred to a letter which he was handed on April 19 which said the company needed a 'new kind of direction in the editorial department'.