Correct spelling for OCK
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Possible correct spellings for ock
- bock We do not doubt that this work will find as large a sale both in and out of the profession in this country, as the works of Bock and Klencke in Germany, and of Tilt and Chavasse in England.
- dock Then on board the Prince, now in the dock, and indeed it has one and no more rich cabins for carved work, but no gold in her.
- hock We hurried through the fair, towards the church; towards a garden where the last red sentinels looked out from the top of the holly-hock spires.
- jock Jock Gordon, who had remained about the farm, went quickly to the gate at the end of the house as if to shut it.
- lock What about a lock on the door?
- mock Even when the cage was hung outside, the, sea breeze seemed to mock him with its freshness.
- oak You went wrong at the old oak-tree.
- oct 566 4 Chateng 8418 Oct 79.2 77.5 1.7 .
- CK 59, is a member of the star association Carina OB1-D, so the distance to CK Carinae can be estimated to be around 2,200 parsecs or 7,100 light-years.
- OCR OverClocked ReMix, also known as OC ReMix and OCR, is a non-commercial organization dedicated to preserving and paying tribute to video game music through arranging and re-interpreting the songs, both with new technology and software and by various traditional means.
- OCH Och, thin, it's herself that's the marthyr intirely!
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