Hancock

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Ray Hancock
... Charles Raymond "Ray" Hancock (born 16 February 1925) was an English football goalkeeper ... He was Ken Hancock's elder brother ...
Two Eyed Jack - Pedigree
... (TB) That's Mine (TB) Triangle Tookie Joe Hancock P-455 Roan Hancock Burnett ranch mare Lady Hancock Redolent (Morgan) Triangle Lady 10 unknown mare ...
Man-Child - Track Listing
... All compositions by Herbie Hancock except as indicated "Hang Up Your Hang Ups" (Hancock, Ragin, Jackson) — 729 "Sun Touch" — 511 "The Traitor" (Hancock, Ragin, Johnson, Shorter) — 938 "Bubbles" (Hancock, Ragin ...
Lite Me Up (album) - Track Listing
... by Rod Temperton except where indicated "Lite Me Up!" "Bomb" "Gettin' to the Good Part" (Hancock, Temperton) "Paradise" (Hancock, Bill Champlin, David Foster ... Hands Magic Windows Herbie Hancock Trio Lite Me Up Quartet Future Shock Sound System Village Life Perfect Machine A Tribute to Miles Dis Is da Drum The New Standard 1 + 1 Gershwin's World ... Tempest in the Colosseum An Evening with Herbie Hancock Chick Corea In Concert CoreaHancock V.S.O.P ...
Hancock, West Virginia
... Hancock is an unincorporated hamlet in Morgan County in the U.S ... It is located off of Hancock Road (U.S ... Originally known as Brosius, its post office's name was changed to Hancock in 1948 to reflect its location on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad mainline ...

Famous quotes containing the word hancock:

    It’s red hot, mate. I hate to think of this sort of book getting in the wrong hands. As soon as I’ve finished this, I shall recommend they ban it.
    —Tony Hancock (1924–1968)

    It’s red hot, mate. I hate to think of this sort of book getting in the wrong hands. As soon as I’ve finished this, I shall recommend they ban it.
    —Tony Hancock (1924–1968)