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a domestic animal (especially a young steer or heifer) kept as stock until fattened or matured and suitable for a breeding establishment

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Stocker, who toured the country as "the smallest woman in the kingdom", died on May 4, 1819, while in the city to perform.
Musical hall star Nanette Stocker, whose grave (pictured) is close to the west door of St Philip's Cathedral in Birmingham.
Mr Stocker, fined for parking near the corner of Trinity Road, in Llandudno, said the council should refund the 337 drivers issued the PS70 penalty charge notices.
Stocker, of no fixed address but formerly of Bromborough, was jailed for 91/2 years at Liverpool Crown Court after pleading guilty to kidnapping, ABH, criminal damage and breaching a restraining order.
Stocker, 57, of Bordon, Hants, showed no emotion at Winchester crown court as he was jailed for manslaughter.
Mark Dennis QC, prosecuting, told the trial that Stocker, who was on holiday at the time, had instructed Mr Cain to gather the sample fruit while he was away to be entered in the show.
Mark Dennis QC, prosecuting, said that Stocker, who was on holiday at the time of the incident, had instructed Mr Cain to gather the sample fruit while he was away to be entered in a fruit show.
Apart from being on the board for the Sky Blues greatest achievement, Stocker will relish the memory of pocketing PS50,000 when the final whistle blew against Spurs He wagered PS1,000 at 50-1 in the January that City would lift the Cup.
Stocker serving as CEO and Greg Wilson CFO, I am extremely confident that Biologix has a world-class operational team with internationally experienced leadership capable of fast-tracking the company s growth over the next several years.
Clumsy pensioner Roy Stocker accidentally put his foot on the accelerator rather than the brake when parking his car outside his Bartley Green home.
This is the latest of several studies by Gunther Stocker on the rate of literature amongst the modern media.
Susan Stocker, dean of Kent State's Ashtabula campus, pointed out that the degree programs are an economic development issue, adding that they "support local employers, and graduates go out and get jobs and start working.
The sovereign debt crisis is not over and this raises concerns about financial market instability," BusinessEurope's chief economist Marc Stocker told reporters, on 14 April.
IVOR STOCKER, executive director of the Retired Greyhound Trust, is set to step down from his current position this year after around ten years in the job, writes Paul Brown.
Thomas Stocker (pathology, pediatrics, and emerging infectious disease, Uniformed Services U.