Did you mayhaps mean rocks?
- n. Plural form of tock.
“Despite the hundreds of tick-tocks you hear when walking into this antique watch and clock repair shop, it 's as if time has stopped there.”
“And for my part, I stay away from doing tick-tocks of meetings and arguments unless I think there are serious implications for policy.”
“Baby hedgehog 'tocks totally made my day, and I have a mastiff that does "doga." 150 pounds of dog, feet straight out behind him.”
“The mural clears just the tops of the doors and the hutch and the grandfather clock, which tocks.”
“And although one of Suze's mantras is how much she loves stocks - "[S] tocks, in my opinion, are the best investment vehicle for the growth of your money over time" - less than 3 percent of Suze's net worth happens to be invested in them.”
“The 2.5-liter engine, with 177 pound-feet on board, pulls smoothly but insistently up to redline, and the gearbox tocks through the ratios with a slick ease.”
“Based on her original reporting for the newspaper (and re - reported here), the book is as scrupulously documented as the Journal's "tick-tocks," which Ellison defines as "often riveting reconstructions of significant events that had occurred months earlier.”
“The White House moved quickly to take advantage of that opportunity -- doling out details for a series of tick-tocks written by the big media organizations (including this one) that cast Obama as simultaneously deliberate and decisive.”
“The tandem movement of tocks and corporate bonds in Europe may end.”
“Inside the news business such detailed narratives are called "tick-tocks," and hers beats like a metronome.”
Looking for tweets for tocks.