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Blok may refer to:

  • Blok (surname)
  • Blok (comics), the fictional superhero of the DC Comics universe
  • Blok M, downtown shopping area in Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Mega Bloks, plastic building blocks produced by Mega Bloks, Incorporated
  • The Vlaams Blok (Dutch: Vlaams Blok), former Flemish right-wing nationalist political party
  • Blok ( Pendragon series), the all-powerful company in the book The Quillan Games by D. J. MacHale
Blok (comics)

Blok is a fictional character, a superhero in the 30th century of the DC Comics universe. He has a massive, stony body possessed of incredible strength and endurance.

Blok (surname)

Blok is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Alexander Blok (1880–1921), Russian lyrical poet
  • Anders Blok (b. 1978), Danish sociologist
  • Anton Blok (b. 1935), Dutch anthropologist
  • Benjamin Blok (1631–1690), German-Hungarian painter, son of Daniel
  • Daniel Blok (1580–1660), German painter of Dutch ancestry
  • Dick Blok (b. 1925), Dutch scholar of onomastics
  • Hetty Blok (1920–2012), Dutch cabaret artist, singer, and actress
  • Peter Blok (b. 1960), Dutch stage, television, film and voice actor
  • Petrus Johannes Blok (1855–1929), Dutch historian
  • Stef Blok (b. 1964), Dutch politician
  • Vladimir Blok (1932–1996), Russian musicologist, composer and orchestrator
  • Willy Blok Hanson (1914–2012), Javanese-born Canadian dancer and choreographer

Usage examples of "blok".

Nazi colonel named Jerek Blok, an SS officer, who used to be commandant of Falkenhausen concentration camp near Berlin.

Jerek Blok was forty-seven years old, born into a military and aristocratic German family, and that he was a Nazi party fanatic.

But now Michael felt like a raw nerve: Blok had been seen in Berlin with Harry Sandler.

Camille had radioed coded inquiries ahead to Echo, and Echo had done an excellent job in putting together background material on SS Colonel Jerek Blok, Dr.

Colonel Blok took me to a large room where the pieces of metal and glass were laid out, and he told me what he wanted done.

The other eye was bloodshot, and protruded as if in mockery of the cartoon eye on the piece of paper Blok held.

Then Blok returned to Frankewitz, to make sure the man was still breathing.

After Boots had clumped out, Blok turned his attention to the canvases over by the easel and began to go through them, tossing them aside in his fearful search for any more such drawings as on the scraps of paper clenched in his hand.

Michael was in the suite of SS Colonel Jerek Blok, amid Chesna van Dorne, twenty Nazi officers, German dignitaries, and their female companions.

At that moment the dining-room door opened, and Jerek Blok stalked in with Boots following behind.

Then Michael watched as Blok, a tall, thin man with a sallow face, wearing a dress uniform studded with medals, made the rounds of the table, stopping to shake hands and slap backs.

Boots left the dining room, and Michael heard someone ask Blok about his new aide.

Boots, who might have taken up two chairs, was not in attendance, but Blok sat with a group of his dinner guests.

On one wall was a large framed photograph of Blok, standing under a stone arch.

The concentration camp, near Berlin, where Blok had served as commandant.