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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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1968 - Dr Martin Luther King, civil rights leader, was shot dead in Memphis by James Earl Ray1981 - Bob Champion, who had conquered cancer, won the Grand National on Aldaniti, who had recovered from a broken hock
The Debbie Calvert-trained dog suffered a broken hock when leading a D1 at the track's RPGTV meeting, with Brennan explaining: "Debbie called me straight after the race and I could tell something was bad by the tone of her voice.
1981: Jockey Bob Champion, who had conquered cancer, won the Grand National on Aldaniti, which had recovered from tendon problems and a broken hock. 1988: The TV soap opera Crossroads ended after 24 years with episode 4,510.
1981: Bob Champion, who had conquered cancer, won the Grand National on Aldaniti, pictured, who had recovered from tendon problems and a broken hock. 1988: The TV soap opera Crossroads ended after 24 years with episode 4,510.
1981: Bob Champion (pictured), who had conquered cancer, won the Grand National on Aldaniti, who had recovered from tendon problems and a broken hock.
DISASTER struck dual Derby finalist Black Farren in his warmup trial for next week's Ladbrokes Gold Collar at Crayford yesterday when he suffered a badly broken hock, writes Jonathan Kay.
DEREK LAW yesterday reported that Colarhouse Gerry, recent winner of the Easter Cup at Shelbourne, had two screws put in a broken hock he sustained in his first British qualifying trial at Towcester on Tuesday as he awaited final news on the operaton from the vet's surgery, writes Paul Brown.
It is a tough reintroduction for Seamus Cahill's star, sidelined since that Classic success with a broken hock subsequently sustained at Hove.