Did you perhaps mean rococo?
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“Once again a producer blames the stagehands middle class folk just trying to feed thier families. shame on you rocco!!!!!!! — mr D”
“Also, in a way Bach, although we see him as the summation of the Baroque, took the baroque elements of music and came to a different conclusion than everyone else; his music is much more dense, difficult, nuanced (not in the simple affekt mode here like Monteverdi or Handel - or in the rocco!), and at times downright scary than Handel, Scarlatti, even Monteverdi!”
“June 16th, 2008 at 4:55 pm personally, i was rooting for rocco mediate. he kept tiger pinned through 18 additional holes.”
“M. O'BRIEN: Here it was a beautiful day here, and they said, you know, "We can't take off because we can't see the runway in M.rocco.”
“M.rocco: chief of mission: Ambassador Edward M. GABRIEL embassy: 2 Avenue de M.hamed El Fassi, Rabat mailing address: PSC 74, Box 3, APO AE 90718 telephone:  (37) 76 22 65”
“Bekri desired the interpreter to tell M. Berthollet that it was all very fine; "but," said he, "ask him whether he can make me be in M.rocco and here at one and the same moment?”
“All in the way av fair fight, that'll be about Mor-rocco, if I've the full av my wits about me, an 'music to my eyes, by the same token.”
“M. Augustin Bernard, in his admirable book on M.rocco, says that the seventeenth century was "the golden age of piracy" in M.rocco; and the great Ismaël was no doubt one of its chief promoters.”
“All are built on the same plan, the plan of Salé and Rabat, which (as M. Tranchant de Lunel [A] has pointed out) became, with slight modifications, that of the rich private houses of M.rocco.”
“Authoritative utterances on M.rocco are not wanting for those who can read them in French, but they are to be found mainly in large and often inaccessible books, like M. Doutté's "En Tribu," the M.rquis de”
Looking for tweets for rocco.