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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOCK

"And the jock'll have to stand the shot; I know how it goes," asserted the Tout.

"Men do call me Jock o' Teviotdale, and thence am I come," said the stranger.

"Jock of Norfolk" is represented by a descendant of noble impulses.

A jock has got to weigh in and weigh out on the dot when Parker is on the job.

All the way—down the stretch—he was asayin' to me: 'Come on, jock!

Pity you ain't ridin' some 'em races Johnson's jock tosses off.

Jock says you can be made to give me up; he says it'll be a case of kidnapping.

Wal, they may be officers, but they're a difrrunt kind than Jock Hawkins.

Going to hang the Indian sign on them with a silver doctor and a Jock Scott.

In and out of barns and outbuildings went Jock, his heart in his work.

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