When I shall lay my head on the block
and say `Remember
Half a block down another building opened fire on us.
We're only a couple of blocks now from where I got you out of that entrance.
Half a block on, passing the Forum Cafe, he stopped suddenly.
What's the good of knockin' the blocks off of scabs when they keep a-comin' thick as ever?
When all were done, the major-domo of the Prince of Helium recalled to the block such as had favourably impressed him.
There was little haggling as to price, and none at all when Vas Kor was placed upon the block.
On hemmed-in ground, I would block any way of retreat.
On the day that you take up your command, block the frontier passes, destroy the official tallies, and stop the passage of all emissaries.
the solid rocks cracked to their base, and separated like blocks
beneath the operation of the wedge; a portion of the vault was carried up towards heaven, as if it had been built of cardboard; the green and blue and topaz conflagration and black lava of liquefactions clashed and combated an instant beneath a majestic dome of smoke; then oscillated, declined, and fell successively the mighty monoliths of rock which the violence of the explosion had not been able to uproot from the bed of ages; they bowed to each other like grave and stiff old men, then prostrating themselves, lay down forever in their dusty tomb.
Losing its shadow-like appearance it became first cleft and mountainous, next coloured grey and purple, next scattered with white blocks
which gradually separated themselves, and then, as the progress of the ship acted upon the view like a field-glass of increasing power, became streets of houses.
To his delight he discovered that the thin blocks
of hewn stone of which it was constructed were fitted in loosely without mortar or cement.
The new inoculant delivery system uses a pressed and sintered block
developed specifically for cast iron mold inoculation.
The linemen block
the defender on them for one count.