Crossword clues for hoyt
Housing Units (2000): 219
Land area (2000): 0.427223 sq. miles (1.106503 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.427223 sq. miles (1.106503 sq. km)
FIPS code: 33375
Located within: Kansas (KS), FIPS 20
Location: 39.248709 N, 95.705375 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 66440
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Hoyt may refer to:
Hoyt is an English medieval surname, sometimes used as a given name. It is a topographical surname for someone who lived high, or on a hill.
Usage examples of "hoyt".
But although the practice was discouraged, students often walked straight through this triumph of American landscape art, the way Hoyt and Vance walked now beneath the brightness of a big round moon.
So Hoyt laughed, by way of bestowing his blessing upon Julian, and knocked back another big gulp of beer.
The room glanced at Hoyt again, to ratify the fact that Boo McGuire had indeed gotten off a funny line.
They had been carried away by the fact that his father, Horton Peters, was CEO of Gordon Hanley, and a majority of Saint Rays with no particular aptitudes assumed they would become investment bankers, Hoyt among them.
Early Middle Ages, taught by a wizened old Jew named Crone, as Hoyt thought of him, whose droning voice would put you right under but who was a notoriously, or gloriously, easy grader.
As Hoyt remembered him, his dad, George Thorpe, was handsome and a half, with a thick stand of dark hair, a strong, square jaw, and a cleft chin.
When Hoyt had moved from the lower school to the middle school at Greenwich Country Day, he was a short, slight boy, and two outsize bullies in the class above him picked him out for special torment.
His father gave Hoyt his grimmest Vietnam search-and-destroy look and said he was going to the school tomorrow and lift the headmaster up by his shirtfront, if necessary, and tell him that this bullshit will cease.
The next morning, one of the bullies approached Hoyt and began taunting him.
The thought of going through all the preliminaries, all the stupid words, all the moronic sneers, all the ritual challenges, depressed Hoyt tremendously.
The other three piled on Hoyt and would have probably given him a pretty good drubbing except that a couple of teachers happened along and broke up the melee.
Without consciously planning it, Hoyt kept himself insinuated into the student social circles of Greenwich Country Day.
Thanks to his comparatively rigorous preparation at Greenwich Country Day, Hoyt was a good year ahead of most of his classmates at Greenwich High.
Burrus and wrote a story about it, accompanied by a three-column photo of Hoyt in his white sweatshirt with his arm around a little old soup-line regular who provided a striking contrast.
He had created and organized a mobile food-collecting service, complete with uniforms, to provide the needy with nutritious food from the best restaurants in a wealthy town, an implication that Hoyt let stand.