acock

Related to acock: ACOK

a·cock

 (ə-kŏk′)
adv. & adj.
In a cocked position.

acock

(əˈkɒk)
adv
1. in a cocked position
2. in a cocked or turned up manner, defiantly
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Collins Middle School vocational teacher Larry Acock and his advanced shop students had once again outdone themselves.
The area is named after the Acock family, who had bought an estate then called Noting's Land and built a large house there.
RESIDENTS and councillors have staged a protest over plans to split the centre of Acock Green into different council wards.
Janet Skidmore, Jeffrey Skidmore, Derek Acock; Suzanna Ryan, Helen Higdon, Richard Higdon, Jill Robinson, Beryl Osborne, Eric Forbes; Charlotte Goodworth, Rose Acock, Mark Epton, Barbara Acock; Janet Clucas, Anne Bean, Rebecca Bean, Ann Lewis; Soloists Diana Moore, James Rutherford
Staff at the Sainsbury's, in Warwick Road, Acocks Green, will be kept on by the new operator.
We might even try to get Acocks Green recognised as a spa town
FORGET Perrier, the bottled water industry could be shook up by the great taste of Acocks Green after a secret ancient well was discovered in the Birmingham suburb.
After more than 40 years in the industry, Jim Acocks retired from Pentair Water Pool and Spa in May.
With the joy and festivity of Christmas sadly over for another year, the team at Mecca Acocks Green has launched an amnesty for customers to donate any extra Christmas gifts to a good cause.
I had to visit Boots chemist in Acocks Green village the other day.
DEAR Editor, With regard to the opposition to the proposed demolition of the Locally-Listed Glynne Edwards (Baptist Church) Hall in Acocks Green (Birmingham Post October 24), apart from being out of keeping with the area, the proposed replacement building would have several small rooms and a cafe.
So proud of new tree sculpture A NEW sculpture, inspired by the work of the Village in Bloom team and the heritage of the area, was installed on the main island in the centre of Acocks Green.