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a. The tarsal joint of the hind leg of a digitigrade quadruped, such as a horse, corresponding to the human ankle but bending in the opposite direction. b.

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Studying the Hock
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Hock Locks and Other Accoutrements
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The Hock Examined

Suggested News Resources

Eagles Suffer Tough-Luck Overtime Loss at IUPUI
Eastern Michigan held IUPUI without a scoring attempt for a 48-minute stretch until the 102-minute mark, when the Jaguars started an offensive rush resulting in Megan Hock's game-winner off a corner kick by Kelli Parks.
Western world in hock
Throughout this summer, the economic news from both the United States and Western Europe has been at times bleak and at other times frightening.
Gary Connolly: Hock could be the ace in the pack for Wigan
Everyone's talking about Tomkins as Man of Steel but if Gaz Hock plays, I think he could be the one who might turn the game in Wigan's favour with his strong runs and off-loads up the middle.
A mission for a cause -8/28/2011, 2:43 PM
By KLINT SPILLER It didn't take Jessie Hock long on her mission trip to realize she had more to learn from the children than the children had to learn from her.
Malaysia Stock Movers: EP Manufacturing, Hock Seng Lee, Tenaga
Hock Seng Lee Bhd. (HSL MK), a construction company, slid 1.4 percent to 1.

Suggested Web Resources

Hock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The word hock may mean: Look up hock in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
HOCK TOOLS -- Blades and Such for Planes and More
Custom blades for wooden and metal planes, spokeshaves, scrapers and other tools.
hock - definition of hock by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus
a. The tarsal joint of the hind leg of a digitigrade quadruped, such as a horse, corresponding to the human ankle but bending in the opposite direction. b.
HOCK international
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Hock - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary

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