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Hancock

1. Anthony John, known as Tony. 1924--68, British comedian, noted for his radio series Hancock's Half Hour
2. John. 1737--93, American statesman; first signatory of the Declaration of Independence
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When police arrived at the scene, Hancock had difficulty breathing, according to the (https://www.apnews.com/c5bc373d5bea4f22aa5ee0f252c7890c) Associated Press .
Some politicians have Facebook pages, others master Twitter, but Hancock has his own social media universe, available on your phone.
Arnott, president and CEO of John Hancock Investments.
The comedy by Alan Simpson and Ray Galton saw the black homburgwearing Hancock as a radio ham, trapped in a lift and giving blood in the classic BBC episode from 1961, The Blood Donor, at his comedy peak.
Hancock in casual mood and looking reflective in 1964
Kevin McNally, who will be stepping into Tony Hancock's shoes for the one-off special, appeared as "the lad himself " on BBC Radio 4's The Missing Hancock's two years ago.
Associated Press reported that Hancock lost his left arm and was partially paralyzed and badly burned on his 21st birthday when his tank was attacked while driving in Iraq.
Hancock will operate both the Andrysick and Acton offices at their present locations.
Hancock: City of Hancock, Michigan, $15, www.cityofhancock.com, (906) 482-2720
Mr Hancock quit the Parliamentary Lib Dems on Monday night, after a showdown with whip Alistair Carmichael, to fight a civil lawsuit from a constituent who claims he sexually assaulted her.
Hancock later entertained the troops overseas and went on to find fame on the radio opposite a wooden ventriloquist's dummy in Educating Archie.