|Subject:||Re: What is 'hook in-horse'?|
|Posted by:||alien8er (alien87…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 5 Jun 2016|
On Sunday, June 5, 2016 at 3:05:58 PM UTC-7, fl wrote:
> When I read the following transcript, I don't understand 'hook in-horse'.
> Could you explain it to me?=20
> Thanks in advance
> A: Yes. And can you for the sake of those on the call who don=E2=80=99t a=
> you remind us of what=E2=80=99s on the hook in-horse?
> B: They have a certain amount of money that they are going to pay. They b=
> started this entire project.
Looks to me like a typo for "in-house".
"On the hook" would mean upcoming, or to be dealt with in the near future=
, and in-house means to be handled entirely with resources and personnel be=
longing to that company.
What is 'hook in-horse'? posted by fl on Sun, 5 Jun 2016