verb (used with or without object)
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noun North England.
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verb (used with object) Metalworking.
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Released on March 24, 1971, the conceptual song cycle of a poetic middle-aged lecher crashing his Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost and subsequently romancing the teenage Nelson, profoundly impacted everyone from Beck to Air, Portishead to Pulp.Jane Birkin is back with a new album, but her presence is everlasting|Jeff Weiss|March 19, 2021|Washington Post
On the day of the Capitol attack, Beck said, he emailed the younger Liebengood to see how he was doing.Capitol Police Chief Sund has stepped down; embattled agency reports another officer death|Allison Klein, Rebecca Tan|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
Beck’s writing has appeared in The Atlantic and Esquire, and she has served as executive editor at Vogue and editor-in-chief of Jezebel.
Beck recommended asking yourself what you can do despite the situation, and then creating a plan to put it into action.
Finally, “it always helps to focus on someone else instead of yourself,” Beck said.
By Ana Marie Cox Just in time for Christmas, Glenn Beck goes for hipster-chic as a conservative fashion statement.Seven Must-Read Stories About North Korea, Police Deaths and Glenn Beck|The Daily Beast|December 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Beck is a close student of history and propaganda, and especially the history of propaganda.
Just in time for Christmas, Glenn Beck goes for hipster-chic as a conservative fashion statement.
Beck is in the same position as any post-industrial capitalist entrepreneur.
What often is forgotten—and what Beck could probably stand to remember—is that the massacre was, technically, a firefight.
Even Chet Belding, who was always at her beck and call, was terribly busy these days.The Girls of Central High on the Stage|Gertrude W. Morrison
Love has come rushing to the beck of a tip-tilted chin, or the tone of a voice, or the droop of an eyelid.Cabin Fever|B. M. Bower
Which being done I took leave and supped at my father's, where was my cozen Beck come lately out of the country.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
Many men were at his beck throughout that winter, and when the spring-tide came called he a muster and gat him many more.
There was a patient, sweet-smiling woman in nurse's costume who came and went to the beck and call of every man of us.Private Peat|Harold R. Peat
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see at someone's beck and call.