verb (used with object)
Related formsun·pol·lard·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for pollard
When the prime minister was out of power, he visited Pollard in prison.
If Netanyahu were to secure Pollard's release, it would mark the end of a near two-decade campaign for the Israeli prime minister.
"We would like to see Pollard free in time for Passover [which starts on the evening of April 14]," he said.
The Israeli press reported Tuesday that Pollard waived a parole hearing this week.
James Woolsey, another former CIA director, has called for Pollard's release as have other former top U.S. officials.
Oh, well, those who have arrived at years of wisdom are not the ones Gleason favored, Pollard said.
Do you know, said Pollard, quietly, it seems to me that we all look at this thing too close by.
Mr. Pollard is quite a young man, full of enthusiasm, modest, and clever.An Australian in China|George Ernest Morrison
Now for any other particular choise of these two séedes, they are the same which I shewed in the whole straw, and great Pollard.The English Husbandman|Gervase Markham
It took her past those tenements familiarly called the Pollard cottages: in one of which lived troublesome Mrs. Bond.The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood