from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as rowlock.
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And you ` re way off mark re CID in pubs, only last week I had to rollock my lot for being in a sushi bar when I needed them.
Even Elsa snatched a rollock, and with it struck a soldier on the hand who tried to stay them, forcing him to loose his grip; a deed of valour she boasted of with pride all her life through.
He got into the boat, took the solitary oar and placed it in the rollock [Transcriber's note: rowlock?] at the stern; Carl stepped in and stood up.
I hope you rollock your team then Taggart because the worst comment on a report card is "could do better."