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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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Sunderland brought their hunt for a new left-back to an end yesterday by agreeing a deadline-day deal for Leeds United defender Laurens De Bock
In June last year, Bock allegedly abducted a Grade 9 learner and kept her at her house for four days.
Conscious of her own creative approach, Bock chose a medium that allows for the room to imagine her way into her parents' lives, thoughts, and emotions.
"With all the changes underway driving technology and innovation at Country Financial, I am extremely proud that we keep our focus on the customer and on the people who take care of them," said Bock. "I am very proud to be a part of this industry and all we do to protect customers and secure futures.
During his tenure at COUNTRY Financial, Bock served as a member of the U.S.
Cindy Guerra, chief of court operations and official records for Bock, participated in a technology CLE at the Bar's June Annual Convention and said then about 3 percent of the office's court filings were being handled by artificial intelligence.
"It's the same way that x-rays go through your body except where they hit bone," Bock explains.
Previously, Bock has worked in management positions with GE Water/Betz Dearborn, including the opening of numerous Field Service Centres to support industrial water customers.
Bock, unsurprisingly, says he cannot imagine a more difficult book to write.
As Bock points out, Google's mission ("to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful") is unique in that it is a moral mission rather than a business goal.
Asked why he pursued the cyclist after the one-time hero left the sport, Bock replied: "We've never dropped a case simply because someone retired.