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Bock

(bahk),
August C., German anatomist, 1782-1833. See: Bock ganglion.
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Bock is chair of the Clerk of Courts Operations Corporation, which handles the state financial issues for clerks.
but it's a nice bock, with the things you look for, it's sweet, strong, alcoholic and malty.
The armed forces' road map for the interim period has brought greater stability to the political situation, Bock said, adding that the timeframe for the road map is "quite fast.
8220;This was my first car buying experience and my sales consultant Frank Bock made the whole process totally smooth & painless.
The total amount Bock has spent on Space Kiwi is about $8,000 - without counting the 300 hours he put in on the artwork.
Bock was born in Tehran and came to the United States at the age of four.
To operate into Latin America, we will not need additional aircraft," Bock said.
As a helles bock (light bock) it is golden in color, with crisp carbonation and sweet malt body to balance the 7.
Bock said this at the Wanderers Rugby Club at the handover of an FNB sponsorship deal to Namibia's longest existing club.
Those who frequent the river usually know the rules, Bock said, because they've likely encountered marine patrol before.
We have to prove that we produce better, faster, less expensive and more reliable new series parts that are in the prototype phase," says Lothar Koch, head of production at Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH in Duderstadt, Germany.
I was a bit nervous about how heart-on-the-sleeve the play is at times," Bock confesses, but Cullman offered some reassuring words.