McCormack

[muh-kawr-mik]
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noun

John,1884–1945, U.S. tenor, born in Ireland.
John William,1891–1980, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1962–70.

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  • Then Father McCormack appeared, walking briskly up the street from the-presbytery.

    General John Regan

    George A. Birmingham

  • After that, McCormack's were the only records to be heard in that club room.

    A Boy Knight

    Martin J. (Martin Jerome) Scott

  • Father McCormack, puzzled and anxious, stood beside Mrs. Gregg.

    General John Regan

    George A. Birmingham

  • "I was told to give these papers to the heads of the gangs," said Mr. McCormack, smiling expansively.

    Rosemary

    Josephine Lawrence

  • Father McCormack did know, but he was very unwilling to enter into a discussion of the subject with Gallagher.

    General John Regan

    George A. Birmingham



British Dictionary definitions for mccormack

McCormack

noun

John. 1884–1945, Irish tenor: became US citizen 1919
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