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

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  • "I call it a milk-room because that's its name," said Mrs. hickox, shortly.

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  • "Yes, it's safer, Susan," and Mr. hickox threw his straw away.

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  • Surely there must be some way other than boarding at Mrs. hickox's, or living on bread and tea.

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  • And then I'll send myself for a porter, and Mr. hickox'll be the porter.

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  • Mrs. hickox, she'll be surprised to hear you people are going to have boarders!

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  • Mr. hickox was on hand to open the stage door, and look after the hand luggage.

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  • The ubiquitous hickox appeared with the hand-bags, and Leicester handed him the keys.

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

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