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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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Retired businessman Mr Stocker, 78, said a lack of parking spaces for the disabled in the county meant access to town-centre shops for blue badge-holders left them no alternative but to park near stores.
The court heard "strong and wellbuilt" Stocker had previously been jailed for several serious assaults against Miss Fitzgerald, including battering her while she was holding their baby son - showering the infant in blood.
He said Stocker encouraged the practice nicknamed "scuba diving" but a person would die immediately if they ran out of breath while in the facility.
He said Stocker encouraged the practice nicknamed "scuba diving" which involved staff entering the storage units through a hatch holding their breath while they ducked inside for fruit samples.
On Monday, Stocker, who now lives in North Wales, had another result when the Earlsdon Cottage nightclub won back its licence after a court battle with the city council.
The accident happened when Mr Stocker, aged 76, drove his car on to the drive of his house in Jiggins Lane on December 21.
Stocker really examines the significance of the individualist 1800 reading paradigm to the recent past and the present, thereby perhaps missing an opportunity to look at the new kinds of reading that fostered counter cultures, as in the case of feminism, and critical consciousness as in the GDR.
Just two decades ago, according to Stocker, Ohio had fewer than 40 wineries.
Stocker ruled out a Greek default, however, and said that Spain had avoided going the way of Portugal and had stopped the "domino effect" of successive bailouts by undertaking major spending cuts and labour market reforms.
Since 2001, Stocker has been integral to the charity's ongoing success of homing retired greyhounds during often very difficult economic times.