Usage examples for Brock

  1. Come now, Brock, it means so little to you, and it means everything to me. – The Husbands of Edith by George Barr McCutcheon
  2. You are not married, then, Mr. Brock? – The Great Hunger by Johan Bojer
  3. Miss Van Brock will answer for that." – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  4. The custom is universal throughout Holland for the natives of the different provinces, as Volendam, Marken, Brock, etc. – Odd Bits of Travel with Brush and Camera by Charles M. Taylor, Jr.
  5. Miss Van Brock drew a long breath that was more than half a sigh. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  6. Brock died on this field and our fathers fought here that we should be a free and independent people, and we have enjoyed that position for a hundred years, thanks to their efforts. – Brock Centenary 1812-1912 by Various
  7. " Tell me what you mean in one word, Miss Van Brock. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  8. After luncheon Miss Brock took Helen upstairs for a rest. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
  9. He was no more than fashionably late at the Van Brock house, and fortunately he was able to reckon himself among the chosen few for whom Miss Portia's door swung on hospitable hinges at all hours. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  10. Ella gave her little sister a very keen look, " Vera Brock?" – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
  11. Among other brave men who fell with Brock was the attorney- general of the province, Lieutenant- Colonel John Macdonell, who was one of the general's aides. – Canada under British Rule 1760-1900 by John G. Bourinot
  12. The lot extending northward from the Ontario House corner to King street was the property of Attorney- General Macdonell, who, while in attendance on General Brock as Provincial aide- de- camp, was slain in the engagement on Queenston Heights. – Toronto of Old by Henry Scadding
  13. On the steep bank of the river on the top of a well- wooded height stands a graceful Doric shaft erected by the British in memory of their commander, General Brock, who fell on the battlefield of Queenstown Heights October 12, 1812. The monument has a lightning rod on it and on being asked the reason for this a fellow traveler replied: " It is because he has such striking features." – See America First by Orville O. Hiestand
  14. Miss Brock appeared in the door. – I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
  15. People still " spend all their time in the fields and forests and see and feel nothing of the beauties of Nature, and of their influence on the human heart"; and this, said Froebel- and it is just what Mr. Clutton Brock is saying now- is because the child " fails to find the same feelings among adults." – The Child Under Eight by E.R. Murray and Henrietta Brown Smith
  16. As a result Brock himself was ordered to make Fort George his headquarters, whereupon all trouble seems to have ceased. – The Niagara River by Archer Butler Hulbert
  17. Well, there's Peggy Brock. – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris
  18. Miss Van Brock has a very lovely home of her own," she said soberly. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  19. Brock, who fell, with that General, at Queenston Heights. – Toronto of Old by Henry Scadding
  20. But if Lord Brock did not so choose, why, in that case, he must expect that Mr. Palliser, and Mr. Palliser's friends, would-. – Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope