Alcock


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Al·cock

(al'kok),
Benjamin, 19th-century Irish anatomist. See: Alcock canal.
References in periodicals archive ?
Poole Alcock will use Zylpha's software to produce legal document bundles and secure communication.
Ms Alcock brings 12 years of experience to the role and will work with businesses with a turnover of up to PS10 million.
The arrest of bungling Alcock, 45, of Livingstone Drive, Aigburth, led police to unravel a secret arsenal of weapons belonging to Manchester armourer Stuart Manners, 45.
Dr Alcock said: "I think with the training we've had we will be able to make a difference.
Yet Alcock carried on belting out the Skyfall singer's hits until 1.
com)-- Poole Alcock LLP, professional, qualified and experienced solicitors in Chester, comments as the Supreme Court concludes that a limitation time bar is not applicable in cases concerning equal pay.
Mrs Alcock, 60, said: "There was suddenly a strong smell of petrol and one of my friends looked out of the window and saw another boat in flames coming towards us.
Press Contact Info: Nick Alcock, Alcock and Associates 602-989-5000 Info@alcocklaw.
I'm sure C W Alcock would be a very proud man if we are able to support his legacy by bringing the World Cup to this country.
He remarked that Alcock (1912-2000) was perhaps the greatest visual observer in the Association's history; his impressive tally of astronomical discoveries included five comets--C/1959 Q1, C/1959 Q2, C/1963 F1, C/1963 S2 and C/1983 H1--as well as six novae--HR Del (1967), LV Vul (1968), V368 Sct (1970), NQ Vul (1976) and V838 Her (1991).
AlcocK, 18, was warned that the council would seize his music equipment if the noise continued.
Sir Bob said: "I'm delighted that The FA has decided to honour Charles Alcock and give him the recognition he richly deserves given his dedication to sport throughout his life.