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Han·cock

(han'kok),
Henry, English surgeon, 1809-1880. See: Hancock amputation.
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Hancock reportedly lives in the Denver suburb of Aurora with a wife and two children.
As is usual with the online political world, the Matt Hancock app is populated by trolls shouting abuse at each other and a few bewildered journalists.
Bryson, head of investment consulting and college savings at John Hancock Investments, said recent enhancements to the 529 plan itself have also had a positive impact.
Pompous, over-bearing and constantly grumpy, the TV character seemed an unlikely comedy creation, but the witty scripts and Tony Hancock's impeccable comedy timing proved a winning combination and marked the birth of the modern sitcom.
Tony Hancock with scriptwriters Alan Simpson and Ray Galton and, below, striking an elegant pose for the camera
Lancaster High School history teacher Jamie Goodreau invited Hancock to speak to her classes in 2013, and it was then that her 11th-grade students decided to help Hancock as part of an annual school project honoring veterans.
The combined resources of the three firms ensure that Andrysick and Acton clients' existing and future needs can be met in a timely fashion, while allowing for growth regionally by Hancock. Hancock is retaining all employees and hopes to grow at each location.
As Hancock, Michigan's official sesquicentennial publication, this biographical collection gives a glimpse into the lives of individuals from the Copper Country between 1863 and 2013.
Labour MP Thomas Docherty said: "Nick Clegg needs to show some moral leadership for once and demand that Mike Hancock stands down from this role."
Hancock's Half Hour also started on BBC radio in 1954 before making the switch to television two years later.
The stories of John, Albany and Mary Jane Hancock have been brought to life by a group of MA museum studies students at Newcastle University.