hocky

hockey

and hocky (ˈhɑki)
mod. dung. (see also horse hockey.) Watch out for that hocky there in the gutter.

hocky

verb
See hockey
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City of Liverpool Juniors' Sanj Murugest nets the first goal against Liverpool Sefton Hocky Club's fifth team on Saturday
Abby Stamelman Hocky, executive director of the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia, led some of the classroom discussions.
Market demand variables associated with game consumption levels of minor league hocky game spectators.
But even before the final flight it appeared One For Hocky was beginning to wear him down and he did just that on the run-in after trading at 36.
Chris Cutshall scored four goals and Brandon Vitale added three to lead the Glacier Nationals to a 9-4 junior hocky victory over the Eugene Generals at Lane County Ice on Friday night.
In keeping with the Olympic theme there was Greek dancing, African drumming, Chinese Dragon dancing, a mini Olympics, yoga, fencing and hocky.
n A public meeting to discuss the proposed Cardiff Devils move to Sophia Gardens has been organised at Glamorgan CCC next Sunday at 6pm, with ice hocky fans also expected to attend.
BATTLEFORD FRIENDSHIP CENTRE ANNUAL ALL NATIVE HOCKY TOURNAMENT
Mac Master, too, is interested in new works and new music--he created the role of Larry in Leslie's Uyeda's hocky opera, Game Misconduct, for Vancouver Festival--as well as other trends such as the increasingly common migration of directors between film and opera.
The proposal is to develop a swim park, bicycling and motorcross courses, a skateboard park, roller hocky courts and soccer and baseball fields.
Field hocky players are all specialists, but players depend on one another.
Hocky has been elected to serve as President of the Association of Transportation Law Professionals (ATLP).
The trainer completed a double when One For Hocky made a winning debut in the bumper under Brian Harding.