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  • Viewed a cartoon satire that shows the characters flying Rocs over Mount Doom (or whatever it is called) and tossing the ring into its depths.

    Voice Of The Fans: What Books Have You Stopped Reading?

  • Rocs quebrada is quarry stone popular for building walls.

    Spanish terms for building and construction in Mexico

  • Rocs quebrada is quarry stone popular for building walls.

    Spanish terms for building and construction in Mexico

  • The parking lot was filled with muscle cars and I-Rocs, since all the Greek and Italian kids hung out here; there were so many overpriced cars that my friend Brian - who had a car without a muffler - used to peel out of the lot in a window-rattling roar, setting off every car alarm at once in a glorious chorus of excess.

    The Dark Side Of Arcading

  • They were girls who wore white pants with spandex in them and had boyfriends who drove raised I-Rocs; girls who got pregnant at fifteen and then brought the ultrasounds to school to show off.

    The Tenth Circle

  • They were the larger creatures, mostly — a few random Finches and Fitches, some Robins, and a busy preening department of Wrens — but mostly Eagles, Night Rocs, a youngish Pfenix in its glowing halo.

    Son of a Witch

  •  IT TOOK A FEW DAYSof rehearsal for the Night Rocs to learn how to maneuver by daylight, but the Grasslands were forgiving.

    Son of a Witch

  • Hunter Predd, can you and Po Kelles find hiding places for yourselves and your Rocs offshore on one of the atolls?

    Morgawr

  • Nor were the Wing Riders of much use in flying the airship, since they were needed aboard their Rocs to forage for food and water and to scout for pursuers.

    Morgawr

  • She watched the two riders circle in tandem, talking and gesturing from the backs of their Rocs.

    Morgawr

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