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A painting by Jackson Pollock
A surname
Alternative spelling of Polack

Also, when people tell dumb Pollock jokes, I never get uptight or angry with the person for telling it.

To fish for pollock
To splatter, as with paint
Either of two lean, white marine food fishes, of the genus Pollachius, related to cod
{i} family name; Sir Frederick Pollock (1845-1937), English jurist, author of "Law of Torts"; Jackson Pollock (1912-1956), U.S. abstract-expressionist painter
important food and game fish of northern seas (especially the northern Atlantic); related to cod
A marine gadoid fish (Pollachius carbonarius), native both of the European and American coasts
United States artist famous for painting with a drip technique; a leader of abstract expressionism in America (1912-1956)
In England it is called coalfish, lob, podley, podling, pollack, etc
It is allied to the cod, and like it is salted and dried
lean white flesh of North Atlantic fish; similar to codfish
Pollock v. Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
(1895) U.S. Supreme Court ruling that declared the federal income tax unconstitutional, thus voiding portions of an 1894 act that imposed a direct tax on the incomes of U.S. citizens and corporations. The decision was mooted in 1913 when ratification of the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gave Congress the power "to lay and collect taxes on incomes
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European pollock
European pollock
Fish of the genus Pollachius pollachius that lives in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly off the coast of Norway and the United Kingdom
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{n} a fish of two species
Jackson Pollock
{i} (1912-1956) U.S. abstract-expressionist painter
Jackson Pollock
a US artist famous for his very large abstract paintings which are full of colour. He often made them by putting the painting on the floor and then walking around it, letting the paint drip from sticks (1912-56). born Jan. 28, 1912, Cody, Wyo., U.S. died Aug. 11, 1956, East Hampton, N.Y. U.S. painter. He grew up in California and Arizona. In the early 1930s he studied in New York City under Thomas Hart Benton, and later he was employed on the WPA Federal Art Project. In 1945 he married the artist Lee Krasner. Two years later, after several years of semiabstract work stimulated by psychotherapy, Pollock began to lay his canvas on the floor and pour or drip paint onto it in stages. This process permitted him to record the force and scope of his gestures in trajectories of enamel or aluminum paint that "veiled" the figurative elements found in his earlier work. The results were huge areas covered with complex and dynamic linear patterns that fuse image and form and engulf the vision of the spectator in their scale and intricacy. Pollock believed that art derived from the unconscious and judged his work and that of others on its inherent authenticity of personal expression. He became known as a leading practitioner of Abstract Expressionism, particularly the form known as action painting. Championed by critic Clement Greenberg and others, he became a celebrity. When he died in a car crash at 44, he was one of the few American painters to be recognized during his lifetime and afterward as the peer of 20th-century European masters of modern art
Paul Jackson Pollock
born Jan. 28, 1912, Cody, Wyo., U.S. died Aug. 11, 1956, East Hampton, N.Y. U.S. painter. He grew up in California and Arizona. In the early 1930s he studied in New York City under Thomas Hart Benton, and later he was employed on the WPA Federal Art Project. In 1945 he married the artist Lee Krasner. Two years later, after several years of semiabstract work stimulated by psychotherapy, Pollock began to lay his canvas on the floor and pour or drip paint onto it in stages. This process permitted him to record the force and scope of his gestures in trajectories of enamel or aluminum paint that "veiled" the figurative elements found in his earlier work. The results were huge areas covered with complex and dynamic linear patterns that fuse image and form and engulf the vision of the spectator in their scale and intricacy. Pollock believed that art derived from the unconscious and judged his work and that of others on its inherent authenticity of personal expression. He became known as a leading practitioner of Abstract Expressionism, particularly the form known as action painting. Championed by critic Clement Greenberg and others, he became a celebrity. When he died in a car crash at 44, he was one of the few American painters to be recognized during his lifetime and afterward as the peer of 20th-century European masters of modern art
Sir Frederick 3rd Baronet Pollock
born Dec. 10, 1845, London, Eng. died Jan. 18, 1937, London British legal scholar. He taught at the University of Oxford (1883-1903) and was made a king's counsel in 1920. He was noted for his History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I (1895; written with Frederic W. Maitland) and several standard textbooks. He maintained a 60-year correspondence with Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; the Holmes-Pollock Letters were published in 1941
pollack
or pollock Either of two commercially important North Atlantic species of food fish in the cod family (Gadidae). Pollachius (or Gadus) virens, called saithe or coalfish in Europe, is deep green with a pale belly. It has a small chin barbel (fleshy protuberance) and three dorsal and two anal fins. A carnivorous, lively, usually schooling fish, it grows to about 3.5 ft (1.1 m) long and weighs up to 35 lbs (16 kg). The other species, Theragra chalcogramma, or walleye pollack, closely resembles P. virens. Pollock v. Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Pollock Paul Jackson Pollock Sir Frederick 3rd Baronet
pollack
A marine gadoid food fish of Europe (Pollachius virens)
pollack
{i} saltwater fish of the cod family
pollack
lean white flesh of North Atlantic fish; similar to codfish
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United States filmmaker (born in 1934)
pollack
important food and game fish of northern seas (especially the northern Atlantic); related to cod lean white flesh of North Atlantic fish; similar to codfish United States filmmaker (born in 1934)
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The American pollock; the coalfish
pollack
important food and game fish of northern seas (especially the northern Atlantic); related to cod
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Called also greenfish, greenling, lait, leet, lob, lythe, and whiting pollack
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    (noun.) 15th century. From Scottish Gaelic podlok.

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