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rook

(rʊk)
tv. to cheat someone. Don’t go into that store. They’ll rook you.
References in classic literature ?
Pickwick and his friends cowered involuntarily to escape damage from the heavy fall of rooks, which they felt quite certain would be occasioned by the devastating barrel of their friend.
Bajarani's rook on the seventh rank and advanced passed pawns in the centre gave him the upper hand.
The waiter, Ronnie Barker, informs the couple that everything on the menu is rook related; that's all that is on the menu, the complete rook, and so the comedy sketch continues, with hilarious results.
18sec) was the faster of the two semis for the Harry Homes Memorial, running on to beat Ryssanda Rook by two lengths.
MOTORIST Simon Rook is calling for action to improve obscured speed limit signs in Coventry - after first reporting the problem seven months ago.
NAFB is poised to release the first national public media study focused on this growing audience segment, according to NAFB Pres Michelle Rook.
Ronald Lynn Rook pleaded no contest last week to voluntary manslaughter in the death of Twila Ann Martin, who was found beaten to death on a desert dirt road.
Harry Rook, aged 86, of Spinney Close, was driving his Volvo on Bewdley Road in Stourport-on-Severn when it veered off the road and crashed, said Worcestershire coroner Victor Round when he opened a verdict into the elderly man's death.
A WOMAN attacked by a rook claims she has partly lost her hearing.
Young Rook has run wild in Sherwood Forest ever since the Sheriff of Nottingham let his father die, nursing his anger and desire for revenge.
Five giant light towers animate and mark the length of the park, their abstract profiles based on the form of chess pieces (king, queen, rook, knight and pawn), but tempered by other influences such as the delicate paper lanterns of Isamu Noguchi and Brancusi's powerful sculptures.
Construction of a 30,000-SF data processing and storage center in west Little Rook is financed with a $12.
Gordon Rook, a Past-President of the FSCT (1972-73), passed away October 20, 2003 at the age of 80.
Two of my Rook buddies decided to host a "Rookie Meeting" in their room the following night, and called everyone from our platoon on campus to attend.
The next ring is made of more massifs and is called the Outer Rook Mountains.