Origin of bock beer
Examples from the Web for bock
Solomon recounts a recurring Socratic dialogue between Robbins and Stein, Bock, and Harnick.
Bock: In Berlin I saved Jewish girls, who were to be sent to the concentration camp.‘Soldaten: Secret WWII Transcripts of German POWs’ by Soenke Neitzel & Harald Welzer|Sönke Neitzel, Harald Welzer|September 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Bock says students usually notify his office of their wish for a deferral through June 1.
To test this statement, Bock four times spent the night in the forest.Herbals, Their Origin and Evolution|Agnes Arber
The family entrance of Dugan's café was feasible; so Danny yielded to the vernal season as far as a glass of bock.Strictly Business|O. Henry
This caused a great rumpus, and a fight in which Bock and several other Pornell students got a good drubbing.The Putnam Hall Rebellion|Arthur M. Winfield
Here Mr. Ingram smiled sadly, tasted his bock, and threw away the end of a cigarette.The Roll-Call|Arnold Bennett
Mr. Bock prepared this valuable report especially for the author.Industrial Cuba|Robert P. Porter
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Word Origin for bock beer
Word Origin and History for bock
type of beer, 1856, from German ambock, Bavarian dialectal pronunciation of Einbecker bier, from Einbeck, Hanover, where it was first brewed.