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Hokey Pokey Pirates is also available in paperback for $9.
Coun Barry who also called more elegant for the "They are very, very pokey," said Coun Barry Henley (Lab, Brandwood).
Chinese consumers will be able to order six flavours of Tip Top: Vanilla, Chocolate, Hokey Pokey, Cookies and Cream, Neapolitan, and Strawberry.
They used to tell us that we were a pokey little country that couldn't survive outside the EU, now it seems we'll trash the world economy if we leave.
POKEY LaFarge brings his seven-piece musical medicine show of American roots music to Newcastle University's basement tomorrow night.
Following the route of the Queen's Baton Relay around the country, the Pokey Hat celebrates the good old Scottish tradition of waiting for the ice cream van to come round the streets and ordering a pokey hat – an ice cream cone, to those not used to the term.
YOU SAID: What on earth are they holding this in the pokey little Middlesbrough Theatre?
But signing to Jack White's Third Man Records could also be viewed as Pokey La Farge pushing the boundaries of what he can do again - after all, this is the man who is bringing Americana back to the masses without turning it into some kind of retro nostalgia trip.
Jennifer Welford, 27, left Glasgow Housing Association two years ago to launch online retailers The Pokey Hat.
Jack now senses things are becoming askew and is concerned about a train whistle that only he can hear in the distance, as everyone knows in Hokey Pokey there are no trains, only tracks.
The university is building more student accommodation and one day these homes may be less attractive to landlords and I wonder what will become of these three storey houses with pokey little rooms.
You dipped your big toe in, then quickly took it out like a one-man Hokey Pokey.