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AcronymDefinition
SPOCKStar Pilot On Channel K (band)
SPOCKSecurity Proof of Concept Keystone (consortium)
SPOCKStructural Properties Observation and Calculation Kit (Texas A&M University)
SPOCKSynth Pop Och Cyber Kultur (band)
SPOCKSpace Pioneers Orbiting Ceti K (band)
SPOCKSparc/Osteonectin, CWCV (Cys-Trp-Cys-Val) and Kazal-Like Domains Proteoglycan (genetics)
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Being Mr Spock was his hobby, then he started to make money out of it, with the appearances and adverts.
In the hands of a lesser actor, Spock would have been a one-note character.
Spock says that humans are sometimes illogical; his mother answers, "They are, indeed
Spock advocated a replacement approach instead, dissuading the child gradually and gently encouraging other self-soothing behaviors.
We have had hundreds of telephone calls and people coming in for Spock ears and we don't have any left.
Although he admits that the Spock role stuck to him, Nimoy also points out that he never lacked for acting jobs after "Star Trek" went off network TV in 1969.
Yes, this time round Spock gets it on with the opposite sex, and his relationship with Uhura is pretty hot.
Among the stars on hand were Chris Pine, who takes on William Shatner's old role as James Kirk, Zachary Quinto, who inherits Leonard Nimoy's Mr Spock, Karl Urban, filling the shoes of DeForest Kelley's Dr McCoy and Eric Bana, who plays a villainous Romulan.
Child Development Theorists: Freud to Erikson to Spock .
An aged Spock promises the inhabitants of Romulus that he will save their planet from the supernova by using "red matter" to create a black hole that will absorb the volatile star.
Spock (Leonard Nimoy) from Star Trek and Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine) from Kung Fu.