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The dessert took that desire even further, as Ron Shapiro of the Hoka supplied the restaurant's legendary cheesecake, long an Oxford favorite.
The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge(Tm) is a cross country endurance ride designed to get participants out of their comfort zone and into places they might otherwise never go.
UGG(R) Australia, Teva(R), Sanuk(R), TSUBO(R), Ahnu(R), MOZO(R) and HOKA ONE ONE(R) are registered trademarks of Deckers Outdoor Corporation.
Nagoa beach in Bucharwada lined with whispering Hoka trees soothes your soul.
Martin purchased a 640-acre section of land close to the center of Lafayette County from a Chickasaw Indian woman named Hoka and donated a fifty-acre portion of the land to the county for the location of the courthouse (Doyle 45; Aiken 73).
But I just happened to be reading about that at the time, and the Indians, before they went into battle, they would perform a war dance and shout Hoka Hey.
Speaker Jodi Boyoris, State Attorney Mayen Hoka and State ministers and various dignitaries attended the 30 minute ceremony at the council of ministers' hall.
Ru/raru no sonkeyoho no hassei to tenkai: komonjo hoka no yorei kara [Derivation and development of the honorific uses of -ru and -raru: based on examples taken from the komonjo and other ancient texts].
The results of this vote show that these dealerships were able to capture the spirit of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge and know what it takes to provide top-notch customer service, but every dealership that was involved in this year's event has earned our respect and appreciation.
The site has partnerships with big corporate names in the track and field world like Nike, New Balance and running shoe maker Hoka One One.
That is the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge, which was taken up by Thompson, Connecticut, resident Arthur Pond and hundreds of fellow motorcycle enthusiasts with a will to challenge themselves like warriors while promoting understanding and bringing hope to Native Americans living in poverty on reservations across America.
E poi la canzone Hoka Hey (in Van De Sfroos, Breva e Tivan), nella quale viene rievocata la battaglia di Wounded Knee, nel South Dakota, che il 29 dicembre 1890 pose fine alle rivolte indiane contro il governo degli Stati Uniti.
Sono aida-ni, hoka no heya de Saki no chichi-kata no sobo, Agawa Torako to haha-kata no sofu, Iwai Kazuma to futari no oji-san-tachi ga mattemashita.
Other chains to enter the local market are Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Hoka Coffee, Starbucks and Gloria Jeans.