Born in Chicago in March of 1959, Pock
was drawn to medicine early, initially to her father's field of podiatry.
The reformulated shell sand recipe resulted in a cookie that not only solved the pock
mark defects but also contained a lower amount of nitrogen.
Our shopper registered one out of stock on six pocks
of ready salted Walkers crisps.
No sooner had Pock
kicked off than Fezan Mughal ran one in from 50 metres.
HEAD BOY; Facial resurfacing to remove unsightly pock
marks from his skin; DOUBLE TAKE; Fat sucked out of his chest TWICE because it looked uneven; HIT THE MARK; Twelve tattoos painfully removed from all over his body; SLIM CHANCE; Liposuction on his waist to remove his love handles; BRIDE & JOY; Transformation completed by addition of celebrity missus
like a wasp gall With knots & pocks
& fixed muscles by the well
Here is a big dirty red potato with what looks like little pocks
on it, usually full of more dirt.
carry the 'no artificial colours or preservatives' message.
Product has to go through a government inspection programme before being labelled for export, so new season pocks
will not be available until October.
As part of the campaign, limited edition pocks
will be available instore offering shoppers free heart-shaped ceramic plates and educational leaflets on heart health inside 1kg pocks
of Flora Original and Flora Light.
The products come in pocks
of four, five or six and are designed to be cooked in the oven in just a few minutes.
Phosphorus atoms from the hot phosphine fill pocks
that form in the lens during processing.