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Stocky

In foreign exchange, a slang term for the Swedish krona.
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They were about 5ft 5in, stockily built and wearing dark clothing.
Will America be Next?" The press kit also suggested that each theater hire a "stockily built young man with Teutonic features, dress him in a Storm Trooper uniform with a swastika armband" and have him stationed to open car doors and to attract attention in front of the theater.
The huemul can be considered a medium size animal, stockily built, with relatively short legs, characteristics that demonstrate its great adaptation to the steeped and rocky territory that constitute its natural habitat (Acosta-Jamett, 2004).
Mr Dixon, of Ffordd Talfan, is stockily built, blond and balding, and around 5ft-7in.
(59) Standing five feet, eight inches tall, stockily built, balding on top, and slightly drooping in the middle, the middle-aged Hansen looked nothing like a movie star, but that was part of his charm.
Thirty-one years old, the third youngest of seven children born of immigrant parents, barely five feet five inches tall and very stockily built, he was using the wooden slats from old vegetable crates to prepare a proper resting place for the symbolic remains of the New York Giants, stealing some time from his bosses at the small Brooklyn grocery store in which he worked as the delivery man.
HORNETS AND YELLOW JACKETS are built more stockily than Polistes and mud daubers.
One was five-foot-seven, stockily built, and with a dark complexion.
There were at least 20 little pigs, each round and fat and standing stockily on four absurd short legs.
The stockily built killer appeared to be carrying ammunition around his waist and was seen staggering as he fired.
She was stockily built and had brown hair with blonde streaks.
Suspects described as being light-skinned Asians, all stockily built and all aged around mid-twenties.