American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Peck, Annie Smith 1850-1935. American explorer and mountain climber. Her most notable ascents include the volcano Popocatépetl in Mexico (1897) and Huascarán in the Peruvian Andes (1908).
- Peck, Gregory 1916-2003. American actor who is best known for his portrayals of strong and courageous characters. Among his films are Spellbound (1950) and To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), for which he won an Academy Award.
“The Omen with Gregory Peck is another classic I enjoy, not for the blood and guts, but for the sheer terror that lies with Damien's fate.”
“I'm just grateful that Peck is still doing so well in his dual roles, as a novelist both respected by critics and enjoyed by kids, and a provocative voice in the shaping of young people's literature and its importance for readers.”
“Floyd Peck is on the left and his daughter Haddie is on the right.”
“Gregory Peck is the owner of a family business in danger of being overtaken by a ruthless corporate liquidator, played by Danny Devito.”
“Peck is a slick con-man, so Sam Rockwell immediately comes to mind as a possible candidate.”
“Peck is a great speaker and the Sutherland Lecture is always a lot of fun.”
“Peck is a gifted speaker, with a particular talent for making people feel like they agree with him even when they don't.”
“Richard Peck is one of my writer heroes; I look forward to reading his speech.”
“The Mysterious Miss Wu", by Marion Peck, is a limited edition, signed and numbered giclee print on archival canvas.”
“Austin Peck said he expected a catfight between his Mom and wife over the handkerchief-patterned rolling suitcase he picked up before rehearsing his award presentation.www. verabradley.com”
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