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rowlock, rolok, rollock

1. A brick laid on its edge so that its end is visible.
2. One ring of a rowlock arch.
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in 1596, particularly a luminary like Rollock, underlines its compelling
Despite the growing body of literature on acculturation among Latinos, the relationship between acculturation and distress remains complex (Torres & Rollock, 2004).
Rollock, a wood polisher who has been carrying out work at her home, accused her of drinking Jack Daniel's in the morning and then asking him for sex.
Sources: McCook, 1998; Merriam, 1983; Rhodes, 1975; Rollock, 1952; Smith, 1992, 1998; American Libraries, December 1999).
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In the search to understand race relations in this country, Scott Vrana and David Rollock, associate professors of psychological sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind.
It's unfair to compare players from different eras, but the difference between that side and now is that we would rollock our midfield to pick up players.
Rollock sanders, sanders with small diameter disks used for detailing, provide that fine touch by getting into all the detailed work.
The biographical dictionary Black Authors and Illustrators of Children's Books by Barbara Rollock is a significant revision of the earlier edition, published in 1987.
21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MusclePharm Corporation (OTCQB: MSLP ), a nutritional supplement company focused on active lifestyles, today announced that Sydney Rollock has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer.
The conversation between him and my dad went something like: DG: "Your son has threatened to give me a good hiding if I ever rollock him again.