- n a pustule in an eruptive disease
- v mark with a scar
- Pir is only 34, a little pock-marked and addicted to sadism, but a man after the Hurs' hearts.
- The craters that pock the surface of Mars, the Moon, Mercury and other Solar System bodies come from about four billion years' worth of this sort of thing.
- Inside the conference facility, the faded carpet is nubby with wear, the mirrors that line the halls are dim and pock-marked, and fluorescent lights cast green shadows .
News & Articles
- Tubbs to host summer book club
STOCKTON - Preteens and teens are invited to participate this summer in a book club hosted by Councilman Michael Tubbs at the Maya Angelou Branch Library, 2324 Pock Lane in southeast Stockton.
June 9, 2013 - The Stockton Record
- After Deportation to Tijuana, Many Lives Quickly Slide Into Despair
Above: Jesus, a deportee, peeks out of the hole he dug into a bank of the Tijuana river. These types of gopher hole-like homes pock the river's banks, built by deportees with no place else to go.
June 6, 2013 - KPBS San Diego
- Erik Prince in Washington Post
The fact is three of our vehicles had pock marks in them from incident reports that I saw,Prince said. "So, clearly, our guys were not shooting at each other."
- Tony Blair in AHN
Look back and we see centuries pock-marked by conflict, hardship, even hatred, among the people of these islands,Blair said.