bellock

bellock

(ˈbɛlək)
vb
dialect Midland English to shout
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Salter then struck out Pat Bellock with the winning run on third base to extend the game.
Charles Parish Councilwoman Marilyn Bellock. "I'm assuming we're going to get together as a council and talk about a plan of action."
Representative Patricia "Patti" Bellock (R), a Rauner supporter, says the governor is just sticking with his reforms "so he can face the people who put him in office wanting to change this state.
"We often don't think about how important parents' own attitudes are in determining their children's academic achievement, but our work suggests that, If a parent is walking around saying, 'Oh, I don't like math' or This stuff confuses me,' kids pick up on this messaging and it affects their success," explains Sian Bellock, professor of psychology.
Operations Specialist 3rd Class (SW/AW) Terrance Bellock, a Texas resident embarked aboard Nassau, jumped at the chance to lend a hand in Galveston.
Jason, of Bellock Avenue, South Shields, was ordered to do 80 hours' unpaid work and Paul, 34, of Boldon Lane, South Shields, was given a threemonth curfew.
Bellock, a Republican from west suburban Hinsdale who will also serve on the taskforce, said she thinks serious offenses, such as violent crimes, belong in felony court.
Words like bellock, 'complain,' and mither, 'bother someone,' were taken as idiolect, though later realised to be widespread in the Midlands.
Marilyn Bellock, co-founder of GoodHome.com, said the company is also pursuing other brands that will complement the site's mix.