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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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* explore the relationship of color, line, rhythm and movement in Jackson Pollock and Henri Matisse's artworks, as well as their own.
But for Heather Thompson, whose police constable husband Norman was mowed down and killed by Pollock 12 years ago, the killer driver is a "menace to society".
In June Pollock, from Glenalina Road in West Belfast, pleaded guilty to two charges of driving while disqualified, dangerous driving and driving without insurance.
Four years later, officials struck a deal allowing Pollock, of Cleland, Lanarkshire, to pay only pounds 52,500.
Both top-down and bottomup forces have been hypothesized as contributing to recruitment of one of the largest fishery resources in the eastern Bering Sea, walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma; hereafter referred to as pollock; Mueter et al., 2006)
Pollock, the Marist senior who finished in the top three at districts each of the last three years but never won, went on to birdie No.
Pollock, who would have turned 100 this year, is being remembered at a New York City fundraiser later this month honoring a charity that aids struggling artists, along with the Academy Award-nominated actor and filmmaker Ed Harris who spent nearly a decade making the 2000 film "Pollock."
Pollock was unable to see Clint Hill's header cross the line at Bolton last week and has been slammed for the decision that cost Mark Hughes' side the lead.
Mahadevan took an interest in Pollock when his colleagues suggested that the artist could have used the aspects of fluid dynamics that Mahadevan has studied in the past.
Iran agreed to loan "Mural on Indian Red Ground," a masterpiece by Pollock (1912-1956) for exhibition in Japan.
As Krasner's story unfolds, Levin skillfully takes the facts of a remarkable life and folds them into a compelling biography that is as important an addition to the library of American art as any book on Pollock." MARY HOULIHAN
As wildfires raged through West Texas last weekend, Steve Pollock, a regional fire coordinator for the Texas Forest Service, was near the front lines of a 100,000-acre blaze that swept through Stonewall and King counties.