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    Service and maintenance should always be on your terms, and with mobile service options equipped to maintain your Hawker, you’re never too far from our team of technicians and inspectors. And if you need advice, you can call on Team Hawker, our collective of the industry’s most knowledgeable Hawker engineers and experts, available to provide technical guidance at your convenience.

  3. FIND A DEALER Whether you need new or replacement batteries, replacement cells, charger products, maintenance, or technical advice, there is a HAWKER ® Authorized Sales & Service Representative near you. HAWKER ® has more than 75 authorized sales and service centers, including more than 35 stocking distribution dealers, across North America.

  4. HAWKER ® is the world’s largest industrial battery brand. We manufacture the broadest line of lead-acid batteries, providing solutions for controlling and reducing motive power operating costs.

  5. Hawker Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    noun (1) hawk· er ˈhȯ-kər Synonyms of hawker : falconer hawker 2 of 2 noun (2) : one who hawks wares The sidewalks are filled with hawkers selling vegetables and trinkets and women in blankets roasting cobs of corn on makeshift fires. Richard Stengal Synonyms Noun (2) huckster peddler pedlar See all Synonyms & Antonyms in Thesaurus Word History

  6. hawk·er (hô′kər) n. One who sells goods aggressively, especially by calling out. Also called crier. [Middle English hauker, probably from Middle Low German höker, from hōken, to peddle, bend, bear on the back .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

  7. Hawker Aircraft - Wikipedia

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    During the Second World War, the Hawker Siddeley company was one of the United Kingdom's most important aviation concerns, producing numerous designs including the famous Hawker Hurricane fighter plane that, along with the Supermarine Spitfire, was instrumental in winning the Battle of Britain. During the battle, Hawker Hurricanes in service outnumbered all other British fighters combined, and were responsible for shooting down 55 percent of all enemy aircraft destroyed.

  8. Hawker (trade) - Wikipedia

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    A hawker is a type of street vendor; “a person who travels from place-to-place selling goods.” Synonyms include huckster, peddler, chapman or in Britain, costermonger. However, hawkers are distinguished from other types of street vendors in that they are mobile.

  9. Hawker centre - Wikipedia

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    A hawker centre or cooked food centre is an open-air complex commonly found in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. They were built to provide a more sanitary alternative to mobile hawker carts and contain many stalls that sell different varieties of affordable meals. Dedicated tables and chairs are usually provided for diners.

  10. Hawker Sea Fury - Wikipedia

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    The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker Aircraft.It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single reciprocating engine aircraft ever built. Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended.It proved to be a popular aircraft with a number ...

  11. Welcome to Hawker Funeral Home. For over 75 years, the staff at Hawker Funeral Home has provided dedicated, caring, and personalized service to the families in our community. Our mission is to build on this tradition and to continually expand the services we offer so that we may provide each family we serve with the best care possible.