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Synonyms for hoy

a flatbottom boat for carrying heavy loads (especially on canals)

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Spurs - who claimed on Thursday not to be in takeover talks - admit speaking to Cain Hoy, but as part of "discussions with multiple providers of finance" for their new PS400million stadium project.
Cain Hoy also is staffed by a small number of people who left Guggenheim to join it, all of whom previously worked on global real estate and opportunistic private transactions.
Hoy posted on Twitter that the steward was only doing her job.
Hoy added: "There are guys all over the world who are fighting to get into GT Academy to get this chance, so I don't want to waste it.
Last April, in the days leading up to his official retirement announcement, Chelsea fans took to Twitter and targeted abuse at Hoy - intended for Foy - over his officiating in the previous weekend's FA Cup semi-final defeat to Man City.
Cllr James Stockan, of Orkney Council, said: We are very grateful to Cammell Laird for performing such an excellent conversion to the MV Hoy Head.
Hoy has already prepared for life beyond competitive action and late last year announced he would be releasing a brand of bicycles bearing his name.
Hoy had a break after London 2012 and travelled to his usual winter base in Perth, Western Australia, but that was disrupted by illness.
Victoria Pendleton has already translated outstanding times in the team sprint to gold in the keirin and Hoy looks sure to follow suit at the main expense of 2009 world champion Maximilian Levy.
Despite his disappointment, Hoy said that a selection team headed by performance director Dave Brailsford had made the correct decision.
Hoy was inspired to cycling as a six-year-old after watching the famous film scene and his career has soared ever since.
Hoy brings a vast knowledge of small business experience, from promoting cash management services to doing SBA loans.
SCOTLAND'S cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy captured gold in the open sprint at the National Track Championships in Manchester.
SIR Chris Hoy turned his attention to the defence of his Track Cycling World Championships Keirin title today after conceding Jason Kenny was Great Britain's leading sprint cyclist.
THE 2010 Commonwealth Games, already shorn of some sheen by the expected absence of triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt, will also have to do without Scotland's champion cyclist Chris Hoy.