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Stock·er

(stok'ĕr),
Frederick William, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1893-1974. See: Stocker line.

stocker

see store.
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Stocker blames the city council for the protracted legal battle over the nightclub's licence, which began with neighbours' complaints over late night noise.
In interview, Stocker, whose brother had died two months before, admitted the assault.
Expressing concern over the intensification of conflict in Afghanistan, Stocker termed the security situation in Afghanistan as grim.
During the war, in which he served as a gunner with the rank of chief petty officer, Mr Stocker survived three sinkings.
Mark Stocker said: "Is it really worth the $5 you save to buy online?
Mrs Stocker explained a tiny old cottage had stood beside this farmhouse for many years and had recently been knocked in to create an extension.
The court was told Stocker put 18 teaspoons of salt into two drip milk bottles stored in the ward kitchen at Great Ormond Street children's hospital in London in August 2001.
CHP Officer Kevin James explains how he saw skid marks on Kanan Dume Road that led him to a crashed truck with an injured Woodland Hills man, Donald Stocker, 48, inside.
In a second study with mice, a team led by biochemist Roland Stocker of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, fed a normal diet to 100 of the same type of genetically engineered mice that Croft's group used.
Still, like digital art itself, it has remained marginalized in the larger arena, and its codirectors, Gerfried Stocker and Christine Schopf, took a calculated run this year at greater art-world relevance.
The MI Decker Stocker can store 2-8 hr of production beside the molding machine.
In thirteen thematic and roughly chronological chapters, Stocker explores the principal historical and cultural reasons for the periodic resurgence of the Judith legend.