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brock

 (brŏk)
n. Chiefly British
A badger.

[Middle English brok, from Old English broc, of Celtic origin.]

brock

(brɒk)
n
a Brit name, used esp as a form of address in stories, for badger1
[Old English broc, of Celtic origin; compare Welsh broch]

brock

(brɒk)

n.
a European badger.
[before 1000; Middle English brok, Old English broc badger < Celtic; compare Irish, Scottish Gaelic broc, Welsh broch]
Translations

brock

[brɒk] N (Brit) (liter) → tejón m
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Sin embargo y aun con el exito economico de las primeras producciones, este sistema de brockes; es decir, patrocinadores que compraban el tiempo de transmision mediante agencias publicitarias se iria debilitando, hasta perderse en la decada de 1960.
the Borders of the Subvisibilia (from Hooke to Brockes),"
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that is wildly used in medicine and in cosmetic industry to protect the body and the skin from oxidative stress-induced deleterious effects (Brockes et al., 2003; Lee et al., 2013).
Thus, it has attracted a great deal of attention by many scientists (Brockes and Kumar, 2005; Odelberg, 2005; Price and Allen, 2004).
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Poetry as a Way of Life rereads the works of Holderlin, Novalis, and various rococo poets (e.g., Gleim, Uz, von Hagedorn, Brockes) through a methodological lens that takes each poem as an aesthetic exercise or ensemble of such exercises.
(3) See Emma Brockes, "'I've Learned How to Fight'", The Guardian, 10 February 2006, <http://www.theguardian.com/ film/2006/feb/10/georgeclooney>, accessed 12 April 2016.
When asked how she managed to write against the background of the first loss and all the fear connected with Quintana's hospitalizations and failing health, Didion admits that writing helped her realize that she was indeed to a certain extent going crazy with grief, which, in a way, was a good thing because at least she knew she was still capable of cognitive functioning in the world (Brockes 2005).
Publishing company Faber has acquired Emma Brockes's latest title 'An Excellent Choice', literary company Booktrade.info reported on Monday.
The 72-year-old De Niro was interviewed by New York-based writer Emma Brockes for the Radio Times while promoting his new movie The Intern, but cut the chat short, claiming her questions had a "negative inference".
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