- See Cormick. (Wiktionary)
“Allan Cormack is professor and head of the institution of physics at Tufts”
“Cormack McCarthy, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, William Faulkner, and Homero Ardijis are all very good at writing dense, layered stories that work at more than one level.”
“I'd just taught Cormack McCarthy's THE ROAD, which was well written but mindnumbingly depressing, and I wondered (since EARTHBOUND had a similar opening situation) whether I could make my book work without it being so psychologically painful.”
“Mr Cameron has also reprimanded shadow cabinet member Alan Duncan as well as backbenchers Douglas Hogg and Sir Patrick Cormack over MPs 'pay.”
“Abby Cormack had suffered serious health problems following a high consumption of Extra gum and use of some Diet drinks.”
“Cormack says that he saw damage caused by hot water.”
“Along a road of waking and working it all out endlessly, often trudgingly, like something out of a Cormack McCarthy novel, there is a person on the other side of that door who makes me want to jump out of bed and figure it all out.”
“Of course, quite a few members of her family already live there (Clodagh and Cathal, Muirrin and Evan, Johnny, Gareth, Cormack.)”
“As his rivals sang paeans to a new era of virtuous politics, Cormack invoked Machiavelli to remind the House of the contempt in which the public now holds it ...”
“The fact that the pope has appointed the anti-tradition Archbishop Nichols as the successor to the liberal modernist Cormack-Murphy reveals yet again just what this papacy stands for.”
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