noun, plural pol·locks, (especially collectively) pol·lock. Chiefly British.
Origin of pollock
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Contemporary Examples of pollock
This rule put management of the pollock fishery in the context of the ecosystem.
Increasingly, pollock and jobs are being shipped offshore, mainly to China.
Furthermore, these pollock live in a relatively healthy, balanced ecosystem.
What does the story of Alaska pollock tell us about maintaining a more sustainable fishery?
The harvest of Alaska pollock in the eastern Bering Sea is worth about $1.5 billion.
Historical Examples of pollock
The salt-barrels were emptied and crowded out by the cod, hake, and pollock.The Harbor of Doubt
He was 'one of the most acute and audacious of the Jesuit agents,' says Mr. Pollock.
He did not name other men, as Mr. Pollock holds, to shield the Jesuits.
Captain Pollock was placed in command of the post and Devers in close arrest.Under Fire
He squabbles with Pollock more than, in generosity or policy, he ought to do.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay
George Otto Trevelyan