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okey-dokey

An informal variation of OK. A: "Come on, Tom. We're ready to go to the park!" B: "Okey-dokey!" Okey-dokey, that ought to do it—your computer should be back in tip-top shape now!

okey-dokey

(ˈokiˈdoki)
interj. yes; OK. (Folksy.) Okey-dokey, I’ll be there at noon.
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Greg Lockhart from Dunblane caught a couple for 5lbs 8oz on Buzzers, G Frater (Stirling) 3 fish for 8lbs on the CDC and Damsel, Jim Linton (Moodiesburn) 8 fish for 21lbs on Blobs and Hector Wilson from Bannockburn took 3 fish for 7lbs 8oz on an Okey Dokey.
Ross Wilson's mount finally headed the the pace-setting Okey Dokey on the inner after two out before asserting close to home to score by a length.
I am optimistic about the development of initiatives such as Condo and Okey Dokey, which allow adventurous galleries to develop their international presence through the sharing of space in other cities--although I do fear that participating galleries will largely exhibit 'suitcase art'--the works they can pack and transport on a plane.
His popular songs include "Tough Cookie," "Okey Dokey," "Say Yes or No" and "I Am You, You Are Me."
Dougie McMurdo from Ashington landed the fish of the week at 11lb 2oz caught on an Okey Dokey. Junior taster sessions are available and the GAIA Open Day is on Saturday, August 13.
We don't have any presidential campaign activities at all." Okey dokey.
Consider this: If the game is rigged so the employer always wins--the employer has the say so and employees get only to respond "okey dokey" to all demands--then where is there any responsibility, if by responsibility we mean a willingness to respond when the going gets tough, or even simply when the boss is not around?
This translates roughly as "Okey Dokey", and, when bellowed loudly enough, proved a useful tool for rounding up our 30-strong group.
This translates roughly as Okey Dokey, and, when bellowed loudly enough, proved a useful tool for rounding up our 30-strong group.
He returned trout of 10lb, 8lb 8oz and 7lb 8oz in a lively evening session in which he caught 12 on a White and Orange Okey Dokey fished under an indicator at the moorside.
Okey dokey. The summer meeting at Saratoga in upstate New York represents American racing at its best, and the $1m Travers - known colloquially as the 'midsummer Derby' - is its premier event.
Other notable catches: Hector Wilson (Bannockburn) three for 10lbs 8oz on Dries; Alec Fitzsimmons (Fintry) four for 12lbs on a Black Dry; Gavin Wilson (East Calder) two for 6lbs on an Okey Dokey; Douglas Murray (Bridge of Allan) two for 6lbs 4oz on a Bloodworm; John Wortherspoon (Stirling) used Buzzers to catch a brace for 5lbs; William Brandon (Dunblane) two fish for 6lbs 4oz on Dries; G Russell (Dunblane) three for 3lbs 8oz on a Loch Ordie; A Black (Bannockburn) three for 9lbs 8oz on a Red &Yellow Buzzer; M Lindores (Bannockburn) three fish for 9lbs 8oz on a Black Buzzer; W Milne (Perth) two for 5lbs on Dries.
Dougie McMurdo from Ashington with the fish of the week from Chatton Trout Fishery - an 11lb 2oz rainbow caught on an Okey Dokey
But efforts paid off at Chatton for "Last of the Summer Wine" member Dougie McMurdo from Ashington, who caught an 11lb 2oz rainbow on an Okey Dokey.