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Hackney

1. an English breed of light horses used for driving; bay, brown, black or chestnut, usually with white markings, 15 to 16 hands high.
2. an English breed of ponies, similar to the horse but 12.2 to 14.2 hands high.

Hackney pony
small version of the Hackney.
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In Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures), Hackney creates a warm-weather scene with vivid color, bright light and lush patterns.
Howard Hackney and Neil Sturmey, of Grant Thornton, Liverpool
But Hackney hinted that since CSCU would be in charge of much of the relationship between FIS and its client credit unions, the organization would be open to taking on additional responsibilities to help further the relationship, such as developing a mobile banking platform.
And his co-director Ben Carberry, who was previously the managing director of Integrity Taxis, added: "We aim to become the biggest black hackney company in the North West.
VT Hackney CEO Mike Tucker said, "We are excited to have been selected by the USPS as a bidder for building prototypes of the new design.
Both times Hackney spoke to the funeral directors she signed forms, insisting no one objected to the cremation, Stoke crown court heard.
The group are asking for the likes of a Ford Transit Custom, Renault X8, Mercedes Vito, Volkswagen Eurocab and Nissan Primastar, to be considered as potential models to qualify as hackney carriages.
The rank, approved by Stockton Council, has space for two hackney carriages and can operate at all times.
My expectation is to join a team focused on working smart, hard and together," Hackney says.
All licensed hackney carriages have fare meters fitted and these are programmed to select the correct fare tariff depending on the date, day and time of day that the vehicle is being hired.
Fred Hackney, head of the Hackney Plastic Surgery Center, has been named to D Magazine's list of the "Best Doctors in Dallas" for six consecutive years, from 2005-2010.
The 28-year-old took to the main stage at the free music festival in the Hackney Marshes, east London to perform hits like Remedy and Just Be Good To Green.