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cocked hat
A triangle formed by three position lines that do not meet at a point. The center of a cocked hat is the most likely position of the aircraft.
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KEY QUESTIONS 3.30 Goodwood British Stallion Studs EBF Cocked Hat Stakes 1m3f Listed Live on RTV Card and Spotlight, page 56 Were connections right to bypass Derby?
Roger Varian's three-year-old goes for the British Stallion Studs EBF Cocked Hat Stakes on the back of overturning odds-on shot Space Blues by a head, after a ding-dong battle at the Colwick Park track last month.
Swearing on your child's life knocks swearing on the Bible into a cocked hat.
It never was and it never will be, but when it comes to giving customers service, and that includes our railways, it knocks the public sector into a cocked hat.
Roger Charlton's colt looked a high-class prospect when winning his first two starts, justifying short-priced favouritism in impressive style on his Windsor debut before claiming Listed honours in the Cocked Hat Stakes at Goodwood.
The diplomatic chaos that Trump can wreak on the world knocks the blundering ambitions of Johnson into a cocked hat.
FRIDAY: Goodwood's Cocked Hat Stakes is rarely a reliable guide to the Derby but it's been won by some topclass horses.
A fourth Tour de France victory and winning another Grand Tour, the Vuelta Espana, inside two months - with a bronze in the World Championship time trial days after the Vuelta - is an individual effort that knocks all the others into a cocked hat.
Storm The Stars can also claim another slice of history should he win, as only Troy in 1979 graduated from winning the Cocked Hat Stakes to Derby glory.
"The suggestion that the Champions League knocks the World Cup into a cocked hat, I'm afraid knocks me for six," said England boss Hodgson.
We put jazz on at The Cocked Hat for 16 years - thanks to Ron and Alma - but had to move on when the pub changed owners.