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Synonyms for whicker

the characteristic sounds made by a horse

Related Words

make a characteristic sound, of a horse

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Later that morning, the victim received a screen shot to her phone showing that the defendant had Gary Whicker,sent the video to one of her relatives, who then showed her mother.
Whicker, who died two years ago aged 87, brought the lifestyles of the rich and famous into UK homes for decades.
Whicker was so perceptive and entertaining, Frost was the most iconic interviewer ever and Jacobs was the voice to melt you at midnight with his encyclopaedic musical knowledge.
He once entered a Whicker soundalike contest - and finished third.
In his blazer, slacks and regimental ties (or jaunty safari suits for the tropics) Whicker brought his world into the nation's living rooms, interviewing million-aires, evil dictators and the plainly potty with the same mix of curiosity and charm.
Egypt-born Whicker was best known for his Whicker's World TV series for 31 years but was a familiar personality in his own right.
We started the company with the belief in the strong geological potential of Alaska and the fact it's underexplored compared to other geological jurisdictions," says Sarah Whicker, Millrock's chief operating officer.
They're accused of sending the boys into rebel-held territory la James Bond (choppers, guns, action) when they should have gone la Alan Whicker (taxi, doorbell, nice cup of tea).
If he stayed put, Eugene dentist Rob Whicker eventually would have been surrounded by police.
The controllers are Messrs Simon Whicker and Kris Beighton of KPMG, reports Caribbean Net News (Sept.
Emily Ashton NEW NON-FICTION JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME By Alan Whicker is published in hardback by Harper Collins, priced pounds 20.
Headlined "Many odd things have happened in sports the past 18 years," the column by Mark Whicker cited the recent release of Jaycee Dugard, whose kidnapping at age 11 and abuse by a kidnapper for 18 years drew international attention.
Wednesday, BBC Two Wales, 9pm Whicker work, Whicker basket, Whicker chair and Whicker man.
Whicker was judging sheep for the Fryeburg Fair when he happened to see Walking Tall and invited him and his owners.
2004), but enhances the development of reading skills (McMaster, Fuchs, & Fuchs, 2006), mathematics skills (Gardner, Cartledge, Seidl, & Lynn, 2001; Whicker, Nunnery, & Bol, 1997) and spelling skills (Burks, 2004) for students receiving special education services.