pocket

[n] - a supply of money 2. [n] - a small pouch in a garment for carrying small articles 3. [v] - take unlawfully 4. [v] - put in one`s pocket
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Pocket

Pock'et noun [ Middle English poket , Prov. F. & Old French poquette , French pochette , dim. from poque , pouque , French poche ; probably of Teutonic origin. See Poke a pocket, and confer Poach to cook eggs, to plunder, and Pouch .]
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Pocket

Pock'et transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pocketed ; present participle & verbal noun Pocketing .] 1. To put, or conceal, in the pocket; as, to pocket the change. « He would pocket the expense of ...
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pocket

1. A bag or pouch; especially; a small bag inserted in a garment for carrying small articles, particularly money; hence, figuratively, money; wealth. ... 2. One of several bags attached to a billiard table, into which the balls are driven. ... 3. A large bag or sack used in packing various articles, as ginger, hops, cowries, etc. ... In the wool or...
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pocket

noun a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles
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pocket

(pokĀ“әt) a bag or pouch; see also cavity, recess, and sac. infrabony pocket , intra-alveolar pocket , intrabony pocket a periodontal pocket in which the bottom is apical to the level of the adjacent alveolar bone. periodontal pocket&n...
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Pocket

• (n.) Any hollow place suggestive of a pocket in form or use; • (n.) A bight on a lee shore. • (n.) A bin for storing coal, grain, etc. • (n.) A socket for receiving the foot of a post, stake, etc. • (n.) A strip of canvas, sewn upon a sail so that a batten or a light spar can placed in the interspace. • (v. t.) To ta...
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pocket

Type: Term Pronunciation: pok′ĕt Definitions: 1. A cul-de-sac or pouchlike cavity. 2. A diseased gingival attachment; a space between the inflamed gum and the surface of a tooth, limited apically by an epithelial attachment. 3. To enclose within a confined space, as the stump of the pedicle of an ovarian or other abdominal tumor between ...
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Pocket

In architecture a pocket is a hole or space covered by a movable piece of board, as in a floor, boxing, partitions, or the like.
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Pocket

[single] Summary: IBus logo Author: Peng Huang URL: http://code.google.com/p/ibus/ ...
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Pocket

Pocket is poker slang for a player's private cards, as distinct from the communal cards.
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Pocket

The strung part of the head of a stick which holds the ball.
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pocket

the area behind the offensive line, where the quarterback is protected by his blockers.
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pocket

A patch of bark or gum (kino) completely or partially enclosed in the wood
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pocket

a flat pouch sewn into the clothing
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pocket

an area on the offensive side of the line of scrimmage, where the offensive linemen attempt to prevent the defensive players from reaching the quarterback during passing plays
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Pocket

Your unique cards that only you can see. For instance, 'He had pocket sixes' (a pair of sixes), or 'I had ace-king in the pocket.'
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Pocket

The pocket was a British measurement for hops ranging from 168 to 224 lbs.
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Pocket

A cavity filled with ore, or a rich deposit of precious metal.
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Pocket

A comfortable, secure place in the saddle In timed events, the area where you collect the horse and start your turn around a barrel or pole
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Pocket

the holes created for the balls to be potted into
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Pocket

The 1-3 for right-handers and 1-2 for lefties.
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Pocket

A pocket is a bag- or envelope-like receptacle either fastened to or inserted in an article of clothing to hold small items. Pockets may also be attached to luggage, backpacks, and similar items. In older usage, a pocket was a separate small bag or pouch. ==Origins== In European clothing pockets began by being hung like purses from a belt, which c...
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Pocket

May refer to: A player who is being pocketed by a Medic. A Medic who primarily heals one ally without regularly healing others.
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pocket

Cavity in igneous rock in which crystals are usually found.
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