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Synonyms for hick

yokel

Synonyms for hick

of or relating to the countryside

Synonyms for hick

a person who is not very intelligent or interested in culture

awkwardly simple and provincial

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A cracking showpiece for the 10th running of the Hemplow BC-sponsored event, Hick came through 21-20 against Scott Shaw of Kirkheaton Con.
This collaborative volume is a second Festschrift for John Hick published on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
LAST YEAR, AFTER DALLAS-BASED BUYout firm Hicks, Muse Tate & Furst took over business dealings for popular Brazilian soccer team Corinthians, some 20 million fans of the Sao Paulo squad couldn't help but wonder what would come of it.
Derek Green of the Burbank Police Department said Hicks was arrested "in connection with a string of armed street robberies that occurred yesterday morning," according to (https://www.
This article, however, argues that Hicks has not aimed at full disclosure in his autobiography.
Breaking it down, here's how Hicks has become MLB's biggest pariah.
Turn to Page 6 Hicks found a number of interested bidders for the Texas Rangers, and late last night selected a group led by Pittsburgh lawyer Chuck Greenberg to enter exclusive negotiations.
25 (ANI): A Kuwaiti consortium has pulled OUT of negotiations to buy the Liverpool Football Club for a reported one billion pounds, delivering a body blow to co-owner Tom Hicks, who had been at the forefront of bringing the Kuwaitis to the table.
John Wesley Hicks, 47, failed to show up for work that day, said his nephew, Joshua Hicks.
Hicks has admitted he has been unable to secure financing for the Glorypark mixed-use development in Arlington, Texas that was scheduled to open in March 2010.
Hicks, a chemist at the University of Victoria in British Columbia.
Forget the bluster -- Hicks isn't doing much schooling here at all.
It would be pretty unreasonable to apply just one standard when some of the buildings we're talking about were built in the late 1800's and other were built six months ago," said Tim Hicks, vice president for the USGBC's LEED program.
Hicks said that a number of international tax provisions of the Code are ripe for reform because they are more than 40 years old and based on an outdated model of the U.
These biblical lines (Isaiah 11:6-9) provided Edward Hicks the allegorical framework in which to approach a theme of special fascination to him: the peaceable kingdom, an idyllic world in which all creatures live in harmony.