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hokey

(ˈhoki)
mod. contrived; phony; ill conceived. (see also hocus.) That’s a pretty hokey idea, but it may work.
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Hokey Pokey Pirates is also available in paperback for $9.
The regulatory duty on cricket bats would be 30 per cent, cricket wickets 30 per cent, cricket pads 30 per cent, hokey sticks 30 per cent and polo sticks 30 per cent.
Play them and the bridal party could end up in the hokey pokey.
Tip Tops Hokey Pokey ice cream was the Supreme Award winner at the recent 2016 New Zealand Ice Cream Awards.
They all talk their hokey pokey They all swear they're okey dokey They must think that we're all dopey And don't suspect jiggery pokery.
II Trovatore - As a piece of science it's worthless but approached as a hokey horror, it's worth watching - although not before bedtime.
As the Prince entered our music room, the children were doing the hokey cokey," said Chris.
This treasured childhood memory helped inspire Hokey Pokey, another inventive and compassionate story from the Newbery Medal winner, which explores childhood as a place as well as a period of time.
ON November 11 I was at my grandson Harry's play group Hokey Cokey, near Furnace End.
CRUNCHY TREAT: Stephen Jackson's recipe for Hokey Pokey, which if you are not from New Zealand you might know it better as chocolate covered cinder toffee
Over 100 children were entertained by a comedy show, organised dance routines like the hokey pokey and the chicken dance, and celebrated with the many characters provided by the Big Moo such as Mooey the Cow and Spots the Butterfly.
REMEMBER when a lot of things used to end with the hokey cokey?
London, December 22 (ANI): Singing the Hokey Cokey-an old novelty song that has been part at children's parties and at sherry-fuelled family gatherings for many years-during a football match may land you in trouble, as Scottish politicians consider it to be a criminal act that may incite religious hatred.
Join in with Dave and his furry friend Big Bear as they sing songs like Looby Loo, The Bear Went Over The Mountain, The Hokey Kokey and many others.
And it allows us to enjoy the "musical" part of musical theater even when the "theater" part is just too hokey for contemporary consumption.