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Hickox

/ˈhɪkɒks/
noun
1.
Richard (Sidney). 1948–2008, British conductor; musical director of the City of London Sinfonia and Singers (1971–2008)
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  • Mrs. hickox was a nervous, fidgety woman, and waved her hands about in a continuous flutter.

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  • As he talked, Mr. hickox was bundling the luggage into his cart.

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  • Mrs. hickox was the only one who could sustain the greater part in a conversation with Fairy.

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  • Mr. hickox said this casually, as if he thought Leicester might have one in his pocket.

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  • On the dock were two boys and Mr. hickox; the latter gentleman apparently much excited and interested.

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  • So down the steps the four ran, and found Mr. hickox waiting for them at the dock.

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  • Mr. hickox appeared duly, and made everything all right as usual.

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  • "But this one doesn't pester, Mrs. hickox," said Fairy, earnestly.

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  • "hickox is your man," said that long individual, suddenly interrupting his own investigation of the marvelous boat.

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