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Synonyms for Pollack

United States filmmaker (born in 1934)

lean white flesh of North Atlantic fish

important food and game fish of northern seas (especially the northern Atlantic)

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My dear Joe has left us, far more quietly than was his usual style," said his wife, Ann Lemons Pollack, to readers of their St.
When he entered a restaurant, sometimes under an assumed name, word quickly spread: "Joe Pollack is here.
When KWMU, the public radio station, recently decided to end its movie and theater criticisms and its food commentaries it meant that fans of Joe Pollack and his wife Ann Lemons Pollack would have to go to their blog site to get their views on local cultural matters.
Joe Pollack, a longtime critic who retired from the Post-Dispatch, had been doing movie and theater criticism for KWMU (90.
After destroying the pretensions of the literary world in 'The Neal Pollack Anthology of American Literature', Pollack now goes about dismantling the ego-driven world of rock stardom, cleverly disguising his targets to avoid lawsuits, and parodying the amount of importance put on the industry.
The Pollacks have also sponsored Indian Market's Best in Classification for Jewelry award for the last six years.
Carolyn Pollack Jewelry is pleased to announce a unique collaboration between award-winning Pueblo Potter Jody Naranjo and acclaimed sterling silver jewelry designer Carolyn Pollack.