The encounter took place on the heath of mook (April 14) and ended in the crushing defeat of the invaders.
By that time an army of 14,000 men had been gathered together and was encamped at mook.
After the victory at mook the Spanish troops were free to continue the task of reconquering rebel Holland for the king.
A passer-by asked them where the bishop was, and they said they hadn't got mook enough to mak' a beeshop.
Anything stronger than warm milk, Mrs. mook had discovered, disturbed Wilbur no end.
Thus he appeared in the doorway of his counting-room as Mr. mook came down the street, and passed the Archimedes Works.