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a small cone-shaped pile of hay that has been left in the field until it is dry enough to carry to the hayrick

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They were loading a haycock onto the cart not far from him.
After safely negotiating the quarter-finals with a 4-0 victory over Essex club Ongar, the men's team then faced a tough Pontefract outfit in the semi-finals, who they also beat 4-0, with victories for head coach Mike Edwards, Jamie Haycocks, Joel Hinds and Chris Ryder.
HUGH HAYcOcKS (Le tters, August 5) makes a valid point in relation to the 1880 Derby - a p oint i am sure the cambridge University team would have considered, as both Bend Or and tadcaster were by Doncaster.
Neil Haycocks will coordinate the school's core block in pathology and clinical pharmacology.
It was named after Barclays relationship manager Paula Haycocks, who has helped support the Pershore-based firm over the last 18 months.
We children spent the day making haycocks, playing hide and seek and looking for mice and rabbits.
David Haycocks, Finance Wales investment, believes hundreds of businesses can take advantage of the funding.
SINCE changing to the Keenan System in February, Welsh dairy farmer Ian Haycocks has experienced "tremendous results".
IN RESPONSE to the letter (February 15) 'No award for Radio 5', regarding Radio 5 live's coverage of the 2008 Grand National, I can only assume Hugh Haycocks did indeed do as he suggested and tuned into the wrong radio station.