flock to

flock to someone or something

Fig. [for people] to come to someone or something in great numbers. Many people flocked to the shopping mall for the post holiday discounts. The kids flocked to the movie theater on Saturday afternoon.
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The fire from the distant part of the field had driven a single pigeon below the flock to which it belonged, and, frightened with the constant reports of the muskets, it was approaching the spot where the disputants stood, darting first from One side and then to the other, cutting the air with the swiftness of lightning, and making a noise with its wings not unlike the rushing of a bullet.
Sometimes when there was a great rain, and the stream came out of its banks, compelling him to urge his terrified flock to the uplands, he interceded for the people in the cities which he had been told lay in the plain beyond the two blue hills forming the gateway of his valley.
We're pleased to be able to partner with Flock to inspire people to gather in the celebration of sports," said Rakesh Gupta, CEO of KiwiTech.
This keeps parts of the run unexposed to the elements and provides a place for your flock to venture outside, scratch in the dirt, and even take regular dust baths to help battle mites and lice.
In the Holy Scriptures, Jesus Christ bared such yearning himself when he said, Truly, I say to you, he who believes in me, the works that I do, he will do also; and greater works than these he will do Since religious leaders are basically parents to their flock, they, too must have the same yearning-for their flock to mature and do greater works.
When the birds on the leading edge committed, it only took seconds for the entire flock to follow.
As shearling ewes enter the pure flock, lower indexed ewes are moved to the commercial flock to improve its profitability.
Once the user logs in to those sites and authorizes Flock to remember the various passwords, the browser will funnel an updated flow of information from those networks through this particular widget.
All the sheep on the farm are MV accredited and the Lleyn was selected as the ewe for the commercial flock to avoid importing disease onto the farm by buying in female replacements.
Though some gays collect on the thin, somewhat rocky beach just below the Boom, most flock to the world-class stunner just south of town between 11th and West streets.
We are a little paranoid and also have a burro in the flock to act as a guard.
He called on all the Little Flock to participate in the Three-Self Patriotic Movement.
However, no study has yet been able to demonstrate a significant role of flies captured in the houses for transmitting infection from flock to flock (5).
Rodents running between one flock and another can also spread the disease, or birds - like pigeons - that fly from one flock to another.
The satisfaction rate was over 92 percent and over 83 percent of Flock users surveyed indicate that they are recommending Flock to their friends.