shocky

shocky

adjective A popular term referring to a state of shock.
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A total of eight teams participated in the matches and the team Shocky Brats was crowned the champions, while team Mean Machines clinched the runners-up trophy.
It is unremarkable, for instance, when Eggleston (1871/1969) describes Ralph Hartsook, a teacher in a small Indiana town in the 1850s, meeting his pupil Shocky on his way to school; at this meeting, the concerned student warns his teacher that a prank is to be played on him that day (16-7), which gives the teacher a critical advantage in gaining control of the schoolhouse.
Animals diagnosed, hospitalized, and treated before they are critically dehydrated and shocky stand an 80 to 90 percent chance of survival.
Whereas I can see how that might work for Amy, I'm not sure Lauren should be so cocky - she might be in for a bit of a shocky.
She became shocky, and her liver enzymes were elevated.
The animal will bleed more, resulting in a better blood trail and more blood loss, which means the animal is more likely to get "shocky" and make poor decisions.
CRO-ACE-TIAN: Boksic provesa thorn in Ronny Johnsen's side; SHOCKY BORO SHOW: Boksic outsmarts gaolkeeper Fabien Barthez to convert the game's only goal and deal a massive blow to Manchester United's chances of winning the Premiership title for a fourth consecutive time
With further increase in peel rate, the peel strength once again increases until another transition point is reached when the failure turns from smooth peel at high values to "stick-slip" or "shocky" peel.
"The big trend," explains Shocky Van Horn, a supervisor at 3M who was part of a benchmarking team that looked at several peer companies in evaluating what 3M should do, "is a more computerized environment for access control...[with] more centralized operations."
REST OF SHOCKY HORROR SHOW Face after face around the Cabinet table betrays the pain of failure.
"As if they're Mongolian, anyway." It was Shocky. "Why would they come here from Mongolia?
El Ittihad showed their temperament was equally suspect when their midfielder Shocky hurled the ball at the referee after another dubious decision and was shown a red.