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Cormack

[kawr-muh k]
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  1. Allan Mac·Leod [muh-kloud] /məˈklaʊd/, 1924–98, U.S. physicist and biophysicist, born in South Africa: Nobel Prize 1979.
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  • Mrs. Cormack stood and stared, now at Maggie, and now at the bundle that lay in her own arms.

    Salted With Fire

    George MacDonald

  • Listen to the words of one who loves thee—the words of Cormack—of the bard.

  • That's the burden, or the quoir, as father Cormack calls it;—the o'erword, like.

  • The first was Cormack, who named it a long time ago, and the second Mr. Howley, who was there in 1875.

  • Mr. Cormack did not succeed in the main object he had in view, yet was his trouble anything but profitless.