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Synonyms for hankey

a square piece of cloth used for wiping the eyes or nose or as a costume accessory

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Recommendation T O'Shea 1pt 13-10 Boylesports S Waites v T Hankey Head-to-head: Waites 3, Hankey 4 Scott Waites' backers didn't know whether to laugh or cry as Ted Hankey completed his remarkable comeback against Simon Whitlock to set up this quarterfinal.
Consul General Mike Hankey said he based his assessment on a recent tour of Saudi universities and schools.
The 37-year-old from Fixby, who became BDO World champion in 2013, will face Ted Hankey in the first round on the opening day of the tournament on Thursday, February 26 - the competition's final will be held on Sunday, March 1.
Bone Biologics") announced today the completion of a $2M funding round with Hankey Capital, LLC ("Hankey Capital") of Los Angeles, CA.
Reigning BDO world champion Hankey made the oche his territory by winning the round robin between the top professional foursome.
Hankey reduced the deficit to 3-2 aided by more heavy scoring but it was Mason who raised his game to re-establish his two-set lead and leave himself a set from his first final.
Recommendations M Atkins 4pts 5-6 general T Hankey v S Waites highest checkout over 127.
Meanwhile, world No 6 Tony O'Shea inflicted a 3-2 defeat on Ted Hankey in a thrilling encounter.
Hankey, who used to live in Flint, said: "I had so many chances to win it.
MARTIN ADAMS booked a last-four place at the Lakeside World Darts Championship in Frimley Green with a repeat of his 2005 quarter-final victory over Ted Hankey.
TED HANKEY, the 2000 champion, proved not all Dutch darts players are invincible when he made an excellent start to his bid to regain the BDO crown.
Site engineer John Hankey said: "We were just demolishing the pillar on the corner of the building when we realised the cosmetic brickwork on the car park next door had started to crumble.
Martin Adams believes darts fans are in for a treat when he meets former title-holder Ted `The Count' Hankey in the quarter-finals of the Lakeside World Championship.
LAS VEGAS -- Results from a study of nearly 6,000 people in the 1998 Scottish Health Survey suggest that patients who say they are "fit and fat" do not have a good excuse for not losing weight, Catherine Hankey, Ph.