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Pollack   /pˈɑlək/   Listen
Pollack

noun
1.
United States filmmaker (born in 1934).  Synonym: Sydney Pollack.
2.
Lean white flesh of North Atlantic fish; similar to codfish.  Synonym: pollock.
3.
Important food and game fish of northern seas (especially the northern Atlantic); related to cod.  Synonyms: Pollachius pollachius, pollock.






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... moderator; Rev. Dr. John Balcom Shaw, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church; Rev. Dr. A. C. Dixon, pastor of the Moody church; Professor Graham Taylor, Professor Solon C. Bronson, Professor Woelfkin, of Rochester, New York; Professor G. H. Trever, of Atlanta, Georgia; Drs. Linnell, Pollack and Van Dyke—the last a lecturer in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, which is the medical department of ...
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Words linked to "Pollack" :   gadoid, Pollachius, filmmaker, gadoid fish, film maker, film producer, movie maker, saltwater fish, genus Pollachius



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