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a. & n.1.See Wallachian.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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We drive down Broadway to Wallack's at a gallop, where her mother and a box party will be waiting for us in the lobby.
"To Wallack's Theatre as fast as you can drive!" said Richard loyally.
I had never seen this two-minute business between acts but once before, and that was when the "Shaughraun" was played at Wallack's.
UBC-CANADA 87 - Browne 25, Simon 25, Shephard 14, Cruz-Dumont 8, Rosebush 5, Audu 5, Bourcier 3, Wallack 2, Familia 0, Clair 0, Morrison 0.
The tenancy includes law firm Hill Wallack LLP--which occupies 48,000 s/f on the top two floors--and Ripen e-commerce, which occupies 9,200 s/f on the first floor.
The co-tenancy includes law firm Hill Wallack LLP which occupies 48,000 square feet on the top two floors and Ripen e-commerce, which occupies 9,200 square feet on the first floor.
Pamela Wallack and Anurup Pruthi have left the business to pursue other opportunities.
ALAN WALLACK, longtime board member, volunteer and sponsor relations coordinator
Hoppy's lawyer, Robert Wallack, denied his client has been harassing Frankel.
According to the fund research firm, Wallack has run the fund since 2000.
Hollywood, FL, November 23, 2016 --(PR.com)-- AD1 Global is well-positioned to profit from recent announcements by Orlando developer Joshua Wallack.
'The populations of both islands have been physically separated since 1948, which has caused great pain on both sides,' says Tandy Wallack, president of Circumpolar Expeditions.