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A large number of animals, especially birds, sheep or goats.
Flock or flocking may refer to:
- Flock (web browser), a defunct web browser
- Flock system call, used for computer file locking
- F-Lock, a function lock key on a computer keyboard
- Flock (sculpture), a sculpture by Michael Christian
- Flock (album), the third album by Irish band Bell X1
- The Flock (band), a 1969-1970 progressive rock band fronted by violinist Jerry Goodman
- The Flock (album), by The Flock
- The Flock (film), a film starring Richard Gere
- The Flock, a novel by James Robert Smith
- Flock!, a 2009 video game published by Capcom
- Raven's Nest, a professional wrestling stable alternatively called The Flock
- The Flock (video game) an upcoming video game]]
- Bob Flock (1918-1964), one of the Flock brother pioneers of NASCAR stock-car racing
- Fonty Flock (1920-1972), one of the Flock brother pioneers of NASCAR stock-car racing
- Tim Flock (1924-1998), one of the Flock brother pioneers of NASCAR stock-car racing
- Flocking agent, in chemistry, a substance added to a fluid to remove suspended particles
- Flocking (behavior), the collective motion of a large number of self-propelled entities
- Flock, a collective noun for various animal groups:
- Species flock, a diverse group of closely related species in an isolated area
- Flock, the congregation of a Christian local church
- Flock, wool or cotton fiber stuffing in furniture and mattresses
- Flocking (texture), or modeling flock, the material and process of adding small particles to a surface for the sake of texture
- Flock bronzewing or flock pigeon (Phaps histrionica), an Australian species of bird
- Congregation (disambiguation)
- Flocke, a female polar bear
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