a labor union organized by skills or trades of its members rather than by industries.
another name (esp US) for craft union
verb To vomit; barf, hurl: It’s enough to make you hork [1980s+; echoic]
/German ˈhɔrkhaɪmər/ noun 1. Max. 1895–1973, German social theorist of the Frankfurt school. His books include Eclipse of Reason (1947) and Critical Theory (1968)
/ˈhɔːlɪks/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) make a horlicks, to make a mistake or a mess: his boss is making a horlicks of his job noun muddle, mess, muck Usage Note British slang, used in ‘make a horlicks of’
banning; i.e., placing under a “ban,” or devoting to utter destruction. After the manifestation of God’s anger against the Israelites, on account of their rebellion and their murmurings when the spies returned to the camp at Kadesh, in the wilderness of Paran, with an evil report of the land, they quickly repented of their conduct, […]