tucket


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Synonyms for tucket

(music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments

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They can be contacted on 1300 55 00 89, or directly through Mark Tucket on 0488 442 373.
Ellis D, Tucket I and Harper D (2013) The affective atmospheres of surveillance.
Tucket series by Gary Paulsen also contains a map that includes the Oregon Trail.
Often mistaken for either Davey Crocket or Daniel Boone, Kade took great pleasure in introducing our neighbors to Francis Tucket, the adolescent hero from Gary Paulsen's The Tucket Adventures series.
11, 2008), Eco speaks about conspiracies and recent publications of texts of Cohn, Eisner, Daniel Pipes and Kate Tucket.
On Rink 5, Solihull's Doug Bott skipped Sylvia Stratton, Mo Tucket and Keith Young against Chris Brereton's experienced Entaco foursome, going down 29-15, while on Rink 6, Gordon and Dorreen Thompson, with Jean Miller and Neville Hughes, recovered from a slow start to draw 16-16 against Harvey Brereton's line-up.
op=l; Sundeep Tucket & Andrew Parker, Sarbanes-Oxley reforms 'go too far," says author, FIN.
He was a regular in the box at Newbury and a cornerstone of our Box 41 syndicate that roared home the likes of Halicarnassus, Orizaba, Akhenaten, Dan Tucket, Silver Games and Tuanku, to name but a few.
Model T Register club registrar Neil Tucket has been planning the ascent for 10 years.
Meanwhile Tucket (2007) pointed out that in Great Britain and Italy, psychoanalysis is a private business and even when psychoanalysts do work in public health care they do not practice psychoanalysis there.
The role of anti-inflammatory medications in mediating the inflammatory response to traffic will be examined in a future paper (Rioux CL, Tucket KL, Brugge D, Gute DM, Mwamburi M, unpublished data).
Survivors include two daughters, Janet Kudszus of Salem and Joan Kovarik of Dexter; a son, Larry of Cali, Colombia; a brother, William of Creswell; a sister, Jean Tucket of Creswell; and four grandchildren.
Tucket senala en confrontacion con Todt que no se trata de que la comida de Jesus con publicanos y pecadores, sea un acto de suprema autoridad.
The Life and Times of Tucket Pitts 1957-1963" is a story that is sure to educate readers on the history of rock.
The rifle with which he shot himself sold for [pounds sterling]1-10-0 and his old horse fetched a further [pounds sterling]1 and was butchered for dog tucket.