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Pollock

1. Sir Frederick. 1845--1937, English legal scholar: with Maitland, he wrote History of English Law before the Time of Edward I (1895)
2. Jackson. 1912--56, US abstract expressionist painter; chief exponent of action painting in the US
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With 25 years' experience in senior roles for two Hollywood studios, Disney and Sony, Simon Pollock had a stint of nine years with A&E Networks, establishing its London office and overseeing the launch of The History Channel throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
In his new role, role, Pollock will lead the company's efforts to drive its revenue streams and identify new opportunities for growth.
Alaska Pollock is among the top five most consumed fish per capita in the U.
It's this relatively little-known Pollock, the "black pourings" period of his career, which forms the heart of the Albert Dock gallery's latest blockbuster, the first UK show dedicated to the American's work this century.
But Pollock fled when a delivery driver heard the petrified victim's screams.
Bacher said that although South Africa was banned from international cricket in 1970, Pollock still holds the second-highest batting average in Test Cricket.
I thought that I knew Pollock pretty well, but there were a few passages where he applied some paint vertically," Coddington says.
Students from Coundon Court School and Community College were given a playwriting masterclass by Pollock, whose play is back at the Belgrade Theatre by popular demand until October 19.
NEW YORK -- Furniture designer Charles Pollock, who created a chair that became ubiquitous in offices in the mid-20th century and is still in production, died Tuesday in a fire at his home.
In this, Henri reinforces what has become a standard historical genealogy, in which Kaprow's interpretation of Pollock subtends his status as the "central figure" of postwar environments and performance.
Charles Pollock, 35, walked free last Tuesday from Belfast Crown Court, after agreeing to 18 months on probation for two offences of driving whilst disqualified and dangerous driving on separate dates in 2009.
Belfast Recorder Judge Tom Burgess told 35-yearold Charles Pollock he was taking account of the fact he had already served the equivalent of a 21-month sentence on remand.