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  • s  resembling a block in shape

  • This has created blocky, mechanistic, "modernistic" structures.
  • The actor shares Moore's blocky build but not his politics: in real life, Farley is a Republican.
  • From his birch-paneled office in the Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene, under the university's football stadium in Minneapolis ("We get a rumble on every touchdown"), blocky .
News & Articles

  • Patriots unveil new, bolder logo in different font
    The New England Patriots ‘ offseason has been quite busy and they finally have some news that doesn’t involve Tim Tebow or Aaron Hernandez. The team unveiled a new logo Wednesday, one with big, blocky blue letters that replaces the white, cursive script of the old one.
    July 3, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Patriots unveil new logo
    The New England Patriots ‘ offseason has been quite busy and they finally have some news that doesn’t involve Tim Tebow or Aaron Hernandez. The team unveiled a new logo Wednesday, one with big, blocky blue letters that replaces the white, cursive script of the old one.
    July 3, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Outside the Gates: Unions Versus Big Tech
    Google's Mountain View campus is a sprawling checkerboard of manicured lawns and fountains around a cluster of sleek, blocky buildings. A small fleet of yellow and green bikes provides employees with an easy form of transportation ...
    July 2, 2013 - SF Weekly
Quotes

  • Michael Bay in MoviesOnline
    You have to respect the guys who created these phenomenal toys,says Bay, "but I was set on taking them into a real world where they'd have to be more intricate to fit in. The Generation One robots were very blocky which would have been...
  • Lionel Barber in guardian.co.uk
    Barber says: "He was right. We were very oblong, very blocky. So we set out to cure that problem."

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