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horner

1. n. a heavy drinker; a drunkard. Willy is a real horner. He has an enormous capacity.
2. n. a cocaine user. (Drugs. Cocaine is taken through the horn sense 1) Sure, Bart is a horner. He sells the stuff to support his own habit.
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This time, fewer than half of the units will be set aside for former Horner families.
I am very excited to be joining Airgas-Safeway for 2015," said Horner.
Horner also admitted possessing a small quantity of heroin.
Horner recently commented that F1 bosses should stop trying to control their drivers, and teams should loosen their restrictions on driver behaviour.
Prosecutor Vincent O'Malley told the court how two women social workers visited the house in July last year and Horner told one of them: "Shut it or I'll set the dog on you.
Horner was banned for life from keeping dogs and fined PS700.
Following an abysmal Austrian Grand Prix for Red Bull, team principal Horner slated power-unit supplier Renault for their 'unacceptable' performance.
The court heard how last December Horner and the 23-year-old man drove alongside Joshua Bilton and Anna Reddiford in Bethnal Green, and Horner shouted: "Let go of each other's hands.
Before the performance, Ma and Horner met and embraced ahead of a brief rehearsal.
Chris Horner updated his whereabouts with USADA before the start of the final stage, giving the agency the name of his hotel for the night, phone number and room number for his one-hour window between 6 and 7am.
Jordan Horner, who changed his name to Jamal Uddin, also laid into a car, causing PS3,000 of damage.
RED Bull team principal Christian Horner feels Pirelli's decision to change their tyres "will be in the interests of good racing".
You don't sit down because you want to set the example to your men and women that you're in control, and you're the lead," says 28-year-old Donnie Horner of Jacksonville, Fla.
The Division of Corporations' Jacob Horner said two companies--Compliance Services and Corporate Records Services--are mailing notices to Florida businesses requesting that "annual minutes" and a fee of $125 be sent to them for filing.