Synonyms for scoyoc or Related words with scoyoc

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Examples of "scoyoc"
In 2007, Jolly joined Washington, D.C. firm Van Scoyoc Associates as a lobbyist and in 2011, he left Van Scoyoc to open his own firm, Three Bridges Advisors. He made political donations to both Republicans (about $36,000) and Democrats (about $30,000) during his time as a lobbyist. Jolly had his name removed from the Lobby Registry to run for the vacant House seat.
The first log cabin constructed in Russell County, built in 1871 by settler Jonathan Van Scoyoc, has been preserved in Luray City Park on the north side of K-18.
In May 1991, Norway High's baseball tradition ended on a triumphant but somber note as it wins its 20th state championship in its final season. A video clip of actual coach Kent Stock thanking Van Scoyoc publicly for the opportunity opens the final scene.
After law school, McMurray worked at Patton Boggs and then Kirkland & Ellis. From 1989 to 1991, she was legislative counsel for Sen. John Warner (R—VA). From 1991 to 1995, she was Republican Counsel to the United States Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. She was then general counsel to Sen. Fred Thompson (R—TN) from 1995 to 1996. In 1998, she joined Van Scoyoc Associates and worked there until 2000.
The Norway High School baseball team was legendary. They amassed twenty Iowa state titles, with the first coming in 1965, and the last in their final season in 1991. Norway competed in the 1A class, the class for the smallest of school districts, of Iowa high school athletics. Their final season was coached by Kent Stock, who took over for a retiring Jim Van Scoyoc, who had previously won three state coach of the year awards, and one national coach of the year award.
Kent is unaware that he has been picked by the school's principal, pushing a consolidation of Norway with a larger school district, to replace legendary Tigers coach Jim Van Scoyoc to have a losing season and destroy the baseball program, around which town opposition to the consolidation is centered. In turn, thinking Kent's only head coaching experience is as a girls' volleyball coach, the principal is unaware he was a star player for his Division III college baseball team and a student of the game.
In 2010, Team Heather marked its 10th Anniversary in the Global Race for the Cure. For the 4th Annual South County Secondary School NHS/NJHS Talent Show, faculty and staff performed and their act was highlighted on WUSA (TV) 9 News Now. Team Captain Shawn Gardner was interviewed on the issue of young women and breast cancer. Team Heather held a Capitol Hill Fundraiser at the offices of Van Scoyoc Associates, where Honorary Chairs were Senator Tom Coburn M.D. (OK), Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), Senator Mary Landrieu (LA), Senator Barbara Mikulski (MD), Senator Mark Pryor (AR), Senator Olympia Snowe (ME), Senator Debbie Stabenow (MI), Representative Charles Boustany, Jr., M.D. (07- LA), Representative Dave Camp (04-MI), Representative Marcy Kaptur (09-OH), and Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (18-FL). The Hill covered the event. By race day on June 5, 2010, Team Heather raised over $55,300 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure.