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see winewine,
alcoholic beverage made by the fermentation of the juice of the grape. Wine is so ancient that its origin is unknown. The earliest archaeological evidence of winemaking dates to 8,000 years ago, and wine is mentioned in early Egyptian inscriptions and in the literature of
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hock

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1. the joint at the tarsus of a horse or similar animal, pointing backwards and corresponding to the human ankle
2. the corresponding joint in domestic fowl

hock

2
1. any of several white wines from the German Rhine
2. (not in technical usage) any dry white wine
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Hocking (1850-1935) based the story on characters he'd met in his ministries in Liverpool and other northern towns.
Coloring parties with friends and family are popular pastimes now and they are a great idea and a fun activity to plan during a staycation or getaway in the beautiful Hocking Hills area.
Giving evidence via video link, Mr Hocking said two men had come out of the pub and shouted and sworn at him, claiming that he was Simon Green - a prominent disability rights campaigner and fellow wheelchair user in Bridgend - and that he really could walk.
Yet Hocking is no simple fetishist of the "discarded" and "outmoded" of Bretonian decay.
We are very excited to work with Comerica to maximise the market impact of its broadcast dollars and help increase their outreach and communications efforts to businesses and consumers,' said Kara Hocking, principal of Hocking Media Group.
They didn't really start to explode until I published the second book in my Trylle trilogy in mid-November [2010], and my sales really began to take off after that," Hocking said.
Off-shore oil worker Hocking was reported to police and the club by fellow supporters for allegedly abusing Scotland when Saints visited Dundee last month.
THE LAST TIME I was in New York I met this guy named Justin Hocking and he gave me a copy of this book.
The children were Clara Hocking (6), Jas G Hocking (4), Ernest Hocking (2) and Fanny Hocking (4 months).
With one out, Ortiz walked Hocking, then hit Rivas with an errant fastball.
Hocking, 57, who spent 30 years in the prison service, took early retirement from the jail.
Archer was moved to Lincoln jail, Mr Hocking quit and PC Brook faces a disciplinary hearing.