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COCKET, commerce. In England the office at the custom house, where the goods to be exported are entered, is so called, also the custom house seal, or the parchment sealed and delivered by the officers of customs to merchants, as a warrant that their goods are customed. Crabbe's Tech. Dict.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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(62) Wastel, simnel, payndemayne/demesne, and cocket were types of bread distinguished by the quality of flour used in each.
The bad news, though, is that not everyone is as charitable as Scott Freeman of the Cocket Hat meetings will take place among the number Crunchers as D-Day for Gretna edges closer.
The beatings happened around 10.30pm on Friday at the Cocket Hat filling station in Aberdeen.
A PUBLICAN in Aberdeen is so excited about Christmas, he put up decorations in his drinking den, The Cocket Hat, this week.
Guillaume Macaire won this Finale Junior Hurdle last year with Jair Du Cocket so it will be interesting to see if the French trainer can pull it off again with Tempo d'Or, the winner of six of his last six outings on home soil.
Two of these have recently been completed, at Peel Park in East Kilbride and the Cocket Hat in Aberdeen.
The youngster was convicted of theft from the Cocket Hat South Filling Station in Aberdeen, at the city's sheriff court last year.