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Synonyms for hock

to give or deposit as a pawn

Synonyms for hock

any of several white wines from the Rhine River valley in Germany ('hock' is British usage)

tarsal joint of the hind leg of hoofed mammals

leave as a guarantee in return for money

disable by cutting the hock

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Hock would boost a pack that already includes former New Zealand star Fuifui Moimoi and could make his debut against Workington on April 6.
Most recently, RHB stated that U Chen Hock was the Executive Director of RHB Bank's Group International Business.
England declined to elaborate on the circumstances but, Hock admitted he broke an alcohol ban imposed until after Saturday's opening World Cup match against Australia.
Now Warriors coach Michael Maguire has another hole to fill after Paul Prescott was ruled out of the re-arranged home game against Castleford with a hamstring injury and he is set to recall the strong-running Hock.
He said: "Aran Concerto was off the track from March 2007 until November 2008 with a hock problem and he began to have problems with his other hock after he won the Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse at Easter last year.
Hock reportedly regularly posted on the Web site, and had a live show.
For the ham hock terrine: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Hock missed Wigan's last five Super League games after being suspended for grabbing the arm of referee Ian Smith.
Hock has been working with ancient Greek novels since the early 1990s.
The rubber boot that helps hold the cable to the hock may need a wrap or two of tape, too.
The Treeline Companies announced that the law firm of Morritt, Hock, Hamroff & Horowitz, LLP has extended their long-term lease at Treeline's 400 Garden City Plaza and expanded their offices to nearly 19,000 s/f.
Randy Hock, MD, MMM now leads ACPE's Children's Hospital Physician Leaders network.
Hock, director of assessment for the Vermont education department, is equally pleased.
The house belonged to Greg Smith, owner of the Midland Hock Shop.
The Alzheimer's patients had significantly less beta-amyloid peptide and more tau protein in their spinal fluid than people in the other three groups did, says study coauthor Christoph Hock of the University of Zurich.