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hooker

n. a prostitute. (Usually a female, but of either sex. This has to do with hooking men into a situation where they can be exploited sexually or robbed. It has nothing to do with a certain General Hooker.) This neighborhood has a few hookers who hang around on the street corners.
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Woodward, who coached the 2005 Lions to defeat in New Zealand, claimed having a partially-fit hooker on the bench would be dangerous with teams under the threat of sanctions and a possible points deduction from Rugby World Cup if they can't field the required six front-row forwards in their match-day squad.
Zakiya Hooker Live at the International BluesFest Eutin, Germany," transports the listener overseas and right beside Zakiya onstage as she charms a live audience with her jazzy blue interpretations.
Bosses Gary Hooker and Michael Young have also been nominated for British Hairdresser of the Year for an eighth time.
But even though Robinson is excited about the prospect of working with Lunt, he knows that in Kruise Leeming, the Giants have another specialist hooker more than capable of doing the business at Super League level.
This agreement will extend the reach of our business into the Australia's marketplace for those looking to buy or rent holiday homes in Thailand and will provide LJ Hooker with valuable local knowledge and properties in this emerging marketplace," he said.
Fordy made the switch from back-row to hooker when he was 19 and played for Scotland only a few years after.
England coach Stuart Lancaster said he had no doubts about Youngs' ability to continue to develop, saying: "There are not many centres who transfer to hooker.
Hooker, in a bitterly worded letter that was read aloud at Tuesday's City Council meeting, said the "difficult decision" to quit the mayor's post before the end of his term had nothing to do with losing the election but instead was in protest "with the way the other candidates, their supporters and the local newspaper conducted themselves during this campaign.
RGC under-18s hookers were given a surprise visit and coaching academy from Wales international Huw Bennett.
Since that emotional day, which raised hopes in Australia that the mental demons that scuppered his domestic season had finally been banished, Hooker has cleared only 5.
The Little Hooker is ideal for antelope from Africa, Asia and North America, plus all deer species, cougar, alligator, black bears, goats and other exotic small game.
Gary Hooker and Michael Young, who own Hooker & Young, which has five salons in the North East, will join hairdressing greats such as Trevor Sorbie, John Frieda, Nicky Clarke and Charles Worthington if they pick up the top gong.
Hooker (1867-1932) wrote nine novels for young adults based on her childhood and her life as a ranch woman in Southern Arizona; she died before she could finish her childhood memoir.
The Northampton hooker made a dynamic impact off the bench against New Zealand last weekend, scoring his first Test try in a typically fiesty performance.
STEVE Lewis claimed England's second Commonwealth Games athletics silver of the day as Australia's Steve Hooker soared to a supreme pole vault victory in Delhi.