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Brock

(brok),
Russell C., 20th-century British surgeon. See: Brock syndrome, Brock operation.
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Bouncer; because Tommy Brock was so fat and stumpy and grinning.
Bouncer laughed; and pressed Tommy Brock to come inside, to taste a slice of seed-cake and "a glass of my daughter Flopsy's cowslip wine." Tommy Brock squeezed himself into the rabbit hole with alacrity.
Bouncer smoked another pipe, and gave Tommy Brock a cabbage leaf cigar which was so very strong that it made Tommy Brock grin more than ever; and the smoke filled the burrow.
Tommy Brock and all the young rabbit-babies had disappeared!
He found another mole trap newly set; he was still upon the track of Tommy Brock. It was getting late in the afternoon.
Your family is alive and kicking; and Tommy Brock has had refreshment.
They crossed several fields and began to climb the hill; the tracks of Tommy Brock were plainly to be seen.
Cottontail had seen Tommy Brock passing in the distance.
Tommy Brock's snores continued, grunty and regular from Mr.
Benjamin was so excited that it was a mercy he did not awake Tommy Brock, whose snores continued solemnly in Mr.
No one else grubs up the moss so wantonly as Tommy Brock.
Tod slapped his stick upon the earth and fumed; he guessed where Tommy Brock had gone to.