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As Pollack reminded, employer provided health insurance still remains under the law.
Lately, according to Ken Pollack, Washington and Tehran have been in a kind of unexpected entente in Iraq.
In a statement, James Pollack dismissed Waldron as a “former staffer with an ax to grind.”‘Bachmannistan’ Writer: Bachmann’s Supporters Deserved an Explanation|Ben Jacobs|August 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When asked if he can explain how it helps his patients with MS, Pollack rambles off a laundry list with ease.New Jersey Patients in Pain Over Scarcity of Medical Marijuana|Abby Haglage|February 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Harold Pollack calls it "the first story about Mitt Romney's Bain years that genuinely angers me".
And, moreover, I was cooped up with two of the worst bores in Christendom, Pollack and the captain.
Pollack kept cooler and chewed his pipe watchfully with that blue eye of his upon the captain's gestures.
They learnt that the prestige of the British arms had been restored by Pollack, and that the campaign was ended.The Life of Sir Richard Burton|Thomas Wright
And I never yet heard of pollack swimmin' ashore and begging to be split and dried against winter.
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?