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moorcock

(ˈmʊəˌkɒk; ˈmɔː-)
n
(Animals) the male of the red grouse
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Noun1.moorcock - male red grouse
Lagopus scoticus, moorbird, moor-bird, moorfowl, moorgame, red grouse - reddish-brown grouse of upland moors of Great Britain
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We must say the support of the local farming community and the landlords of The Moorcock Inn were second-to-none.
She even befriended Moorcock, who late in Carter's life gave her medicinal cannabis to offset the side effects of her chemotherapy [407]).
A 53-year-old woman was arrested a short time later on Moorcock Close on suspicion of robbery.
Based on Michael Moorcock's most popular heroic fantasy work, adapted to a graphic novel format by Roy Thomas, and superbly illustrated by Jan Duursema, "The Vanishing Tower" is essential reading for all dedicated Michael Moorcock fans in an epic tale brought to life with luxuriant imagination--and will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library graphic novel collections.
The Volunteers at Underbank was The Top Shop and The Moorcock Inn at Greenfield was Bill 'o Jacks.
The lead grossing pen of lambs were consigned by Emma Moorcock, Ketton Hall Farm, they realised PS121 and were purchased by J Loughlin & Sons, Chester Le Street.
Several inspired me when I was young: Michael Crichton, with brilliant plots and pacing; Stephen King, who's been taking us inside the heads of characters for nearly 50 years; Dick Francis, for introducing me to mysteries; Michael Moorcock, David Eddings and Raymond E.
A genetic fantasy this tome is, and science fiction that new-wave authors and critics such as Michael Moorcock would have celebrated in the sixties, and hip-guy eroticism such as the inimitable (and majestically-named) Orrie Hitt wrote, lightning fast, at the end of the fifties.
In this book, author Mark Scroggins presents readers with an in depth critical examination of the fantasy novels of British author Michael Moorcock.
It is additionally listed in "Fantasy: The 100 Best Books," by James Cawthorn and Michael Moorcock.
Shotley King's Head beat South Shields United 8-0, Burnopfield Hobson Golf were 3-0 winners over Easington Lane, Consett Scotch Arms defeated Hartlepool South Durham Social 7-3, Stanley Ox Inn triumphed 8-2 against Hartlepool The Lodge Bar, Oxhill Central edged out Coxhoe Red Lion 3-2 and Winlaton Highlander beat Peterlee Moorcock by the same score.
Some are very unusual, like Packie Cunningham's 'Heather where the Moorcock Crows' - not at all the expected song.