- Benjamin (Mc·Lane) [muh-kleyn] /məˈkleɪn/, 1903–98, U.S. physician and educator.
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President Barack Obama, presumably, would be Mr. Spock, emotionally distant with a cold logic all his own.Beijing’s ‘Star Trek’ APEC Summit
November 11, 2014
Mr. Spock faced something worse than the wrath of Khan on Thursday: the wrath of Congress.Congress Grills IRS on Kooky, Pricey Conference
June 6, 2013
Nero, the angry Romulan, traveled to the past to kill the present Spock.
James T. Kirk and Spock (nouns) Main characters in Star Trek.
One hundred and twenty-nine years in the future, Spock failed to save Romulus.
- Benjamin, known as Dr Spock. 1903–98, US paediatrician, noted for his influential work The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child (1946), which challenged traditional notions of child care, advocating a more permissive approach
half-alien character in the "Star Trek" U.S. entertainment franchise, developed and named 1964 by series creator Gene Roddenberry, who later said he was simply searching for an alien-sounding word and not thinking of popular baby doctor and author Benjamin Spock, whose name is of Dutch origin.