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The major economies have put their populations into hock for years ahead to sustain a faulty system.
For whether students lose interest or leave their places, they and their families are now in hock to the eyeballs.
Or, in a pot, render out a bit of fat from a ham hock by browning it.
Because a loan is secured by the piece in hock, risk is finite.
Too many journalists now find themselves in hock to the charities that fly them around free.
In the wider world exploration is in hock to politics, where it exists to promote national glory.
Now he complains that the politicians are in hock to foreign drug giants.
It's one thing to be in hock locally and another to have your access to all funds at risk.
Sear hock, turning it as it browns and renders some fat.

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