Ad-Hock

AD-HOCK
A trade name applied to over-printing; hand block-printing in colours over a jacquard design.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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  • Hock (Begriffsklärung) — Hock ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Alexander Hock (1806–1865), Schauspieler Carl von Hock (1808–1869), österreichischer Philosoph und Nationalökonom Christian Hock (* 1970), deutscher Fußballspieler und trainer Friedrich Hock… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • hock — [hɒk ǁ hɑːk] noun informal FINANCE 1. in hock in debt: • The newspaper is now in hock to a group of business tycoons. • The Egyptian economy was effectively in hock. 2. go into hock to go into debt …   Financial and business terms

  • hock — hock·day; hock; hock·el·ty; hock·et; hock·ey·ist; hock·ing; hol·ly·hock; mo·hock; mo·hock·ism; hock·er; hock·ey; Hock; hock·ey·ite; lo·hock; …   English syllables

  • Höck — ist ein Familienname: Christian Höck (* 1984), professioneller Unreal Tournament Spieler Christina Meier Höck (* 1966), ehemalige deutsche Skirennläuferin Heinrich Höck (1700−1779), deutscher evangelischer Theologe Johann Daniel Albrecht Höck… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hock tide — was an ancient general holiday in England, celebrated on the second Monday and Tuesday after Easter Sunday.Hock Tuesday was an important term day, rents being then payable, for with Michaelmas it divided the rural year into its winter and summer… …   Wikipedia

  • Hock (wine) — Hock is an English term for German wine, sometimes wine from the Rhine regions and sometimes all German wine. [http://www.winepros.com.au/jsp/cda/reference/oxford entry.jsp?entry id=1529 Oxford Companion to Wine: Hock] ] It is short for the now… …   Wikipedia

  • HOCK, SIMON — (Sinai; 1815–1887), historian and journalist. A Prague businessman, Hock collected a vast body of material on old Jewish Prague, published in part in his friend Koppelmann lieben s Gal Ed (1858), and mainly after Hock s death by david kaufmann ,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • hock — Ⅰ. hock [1] ► NOUN 1) the joint in the hind leg of a four legged animal, between the knee and the fetlock. 2) a knuckle of pork or ham. ORIGIN variant of an Old English word meaning «heel». Ⅱ. hock [2] ► …   English terms dictionary

  • Hock — Hock, v. t. 1. To disable by cutting the tendons of the hock; to hamstring; to hough. [1913 Webster] 2. To pawn; as, to hock one s jewelry. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hock — Hock, n. 1. The state of having been pawned; usually preceded by in; as, all her jewelry is in hock. [PJC] 2. The state of being in debt; as, it took him two years to get out of hock. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hock — ist die englische Bezeichnung für deutschen Weißwein vom Rhein. Die Bezeichnung leitet sich ab von dem Rheingauer Wein der Stadt Hochheim am Main, einer Weinstadt bei Wiesbaden. Der Begriff fand vermutlich seine Verbreitung, nachdem Queen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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