When asked if he can explain how it helps his patients with MS, pollack rambles off a laundry list with ease.
But pollack notes that these subsidies would have to be billions of dollars a year.
pollack calls it “a tool of the act, not the heart of the act,” and believes that losing the mandate would not be a death blow.
pollack is one of just a few Republicans ever endorsed by the colossus of civil liberties law, Harvard professor Alan Dershowitz.
Others, like pollack of the Crime Lab, suggest that shaking up the well-to-do would likely only cause them to hunker down.
Minke whales feed primarily on small shoal fish (herring, cod, pollack, and capelin).
pollack pushed through the Kyber Pass to the relief of Sale.
Mackerel is what you hope for; gurnard you will put up with; pollack will not be caught in any numbers so far from the shore.
It was delightful to have been alone for so long,—no captain, no pollack, no one.
And you want I should go down to that place and live on pollack and potatoes till them folks die, for the sake of just a home?
sea fish, c.1600, pollock, alteration of Scottish podlok, of unknown origin, perhaps from poll (n.) "head." Possibly the alteration is by influence of Pollack "Polish person."
A Pole or a person of Polish extraction •It is curious that this word is somewhat pejorative in English even though it is the Polish word for ''Pole'' (1879+)