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Flock - Other
... Flock, the congregation of a Christian local church Flock, wool or cotton fiber stuffing in furniture and mattresses Flocking (texture), or modeling flock, the material and process of adding ...
List Of Pokémon (1–51) - Spearow
... Spearow calls out to its large flock, which pursue Ash and Pikachu ... Pikachu eventually disperses the flock with massive Thunder, upon witnessing Ash's willingness to sacrifice his safety for Pikachu's ... Ash must deal with the flock once more when he returns to Pallet Town, and realizes the Fearow leading the flock had been the Spearow he tried to catch ...
List Of Maximum Ride Characters - Allies - Akila
... She is with the Flock when they are taken by Gozen to the Uber-Director's auction, when the hurricane kills the Uber-Director ... In MAX, Total muses about leaving the Flock to marry Akila ... epilogue of Fang she and Total are married, with the Flock in attendance ...
Charles Tidwell
... The Flying B", as he was called by his opponents, raced with such greats as Fonty Flock, Tim Flock, Bob Flock, and, Lee Petty, Buck Baker, Junior Johnson, Fireball Roberts, and Nero Steptoe (aka "Th ... to compete against men in the state of Georgia, Ethel Flock Mobley, who was the sister of the Flock brothers ...
The Flock (album)
... The Flock (1969) is the self-titled debut album by The Flock. ...

More definitions of "flock":

  • (noun): A group of birds.
  • (noun): A group of sheep or goats.
  • (noun): A church congregation guided by a pastor.
  • (noun): An orderly crowd.
    Synonyms: troop
  • (verb): Move as a crowd or in a group.
    Example: "Tourists flocked to the shrine where the statue was said to have shed tears"

Famous quotes containing the word flock:

    ...I had been fed, in my youth, a lot of old wives’ tales about the way men would instantly forsake a beautiful woman to flock around a brilliant one. It is but fair to say that, after getting out in the world, I had never seen this happen ....
    Dorothy Parker (1893–1967)

    Duns at his lordship’s gate began to meet;
    And brickdust Moll had screamed through half the street.
    The turnkey now his flock returning sees,
    Duly let out a-nights to steal for fees:
    The watchful bailiffs take their silent stands,
    And schoolboys lag with satchels in their hands.
    Jonathan Swift (1667–1745)

    Not a flock of wild geese cackles over our town, but it to some extent unsettles the value of real estate here, and, if I were a broker, I should probably take that disturbance into account.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)