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Brock

(brok),
Russell C., 20th-century British surgeon. See: Brock syndrome, Brock operation.
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Brocken has been a member of PMT's board since 2006.
My broomstick was due a service, so I let the marvellous Brocken steam train take the strain of getting me to the top, all the while puffing out magical clouds of vapour with a cheerful whistle while it worked its wheezing way up to the pinnacle.
Add the splendour of the imperial city of Potsdam, Luther's Wittennberg and a steam train ride to the Brocken, the highest point of the Harz mountains and you have a unique holiday.
After a coach trip and a day around the cobbled streets of ancient Goslar, the Brocken Steam Railway awaits to carry you onwards and upwards through meadows, forests or snowscapes to the highest point of the Harz Mountains, the Brocken.
7.48 (435m Handicap): Glengiblin Beam (13), Clonlusk Moll (13), Toggle Danny (M) (7), Brocken Lance (M) (4), Crooks Marine (Scr).
The Brocken spectre, a natural phenomenon in which the interplay of a sinking sun and a misty atmosphere create a "natural magic lantern" projecting a giant shadow onto the mist, was commonly viewed by Romantic writers as an analogy for the inextricability of perception and artistic creation, and of the self and the external world (223).
Fly-half Jack Turton also got two while leading scorer Devon Constant inevitably got himself on the try list with Ieuan Lewis, Phil Brocken, Joe Baratt and Ryan Oakes the other men to cross the tryline.
"Gangster Squad," "Brocken City" and "The Last Stand" have all received a lukewarm reception from critics and audiences.
Mark Brocken focuses on another moment in British pop history, the 1964 The Blues and Gospel Train, produced in Manchester by Johnny Hamp.
This festival - it's a bit like our Halloween - is celebrated at the end of April, when witches are supposed to gather in the area before flying to the highest peak in the Harz range, the Brocken, for a night of revelry.
is her Other claimants include Ernest Cocker, of Irby, Harold Brocken of Woolton, and Arthur Hart, of, Warrington.