And so you ran down to meet us—that was bully, said the blocky man.
"Better take the alley there," I told the blocky one, on impulse.
That blocky figure that was all the rest of the world was no more than a target.
He was so close they could see his blocky head, his square nose, and even his little piggish eyes.
He was a blocky, broad-faced veteran with iron-gray hair and hard, unsmiling eyes.
He had been a blocky, heavy-muscled redhead with slightly off-center features and the hard flesh of a heavy planet native.
The blocky production chief looked coldly at them as they approached the car.
A blocky white and black cow with a calf at her heels bolted toward the end of the field and the rest followed.
The other was a blocky paint owned by Watson Charters, a quarrelsome man who was greatly impressed with his own importance.
MacMaine smiled inwardly, although not a trace of it showed on his broad-jawed, blocky face.