from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Mack, Connie 1862-1956. American baseball player and manager (1901-1951) of the Philadelphia Athletics, which he led to nine American League pennants and five World Series championships between 1902 and 1930.
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- proper n. A man; used to address a man whose name is unknown.
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Max
- proper n. A surname.
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It is equipped with a 325 hp MACK MP7 engine and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) exhaust aftertreatment technology, the approach that Mack is utilizing to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's near-zero emissions standards for 2010.
The Wall Street Journal predicted a soda-pop “revolution,” a word Mack would have insisted upon.
The most significant of these no-calls occurred toward the end of the game, when Lance Thomas stole the ball and Shelvin Mack literally jumped on top of him, even as other Duke players were trying to call a timeout.
-- Sophomore guard Shelvin Mack scored 25 points and made 7-of-9 3-pointers in a first-round NCAA Tournament victory against UTEP.
Sophomore guard Shelvin Mack joined those two on the All-Horizon first team, while sophomore guard Ronald Nored was the co-Defensive Player of the Year.
Hayward (2-for-11) was held to 12 points, as was guard Shelvin Mack (5-for-14).
Butler's Gordon Hayward, left, and Shelvin Mack head to the locker room after losing to Duke.
I believe Sir Darin Mack would be a excellent candidate for this!
Yes | No | Report from Darin Mack wrote 11 weeks 4 days ago
QUOTE TO NOTE: Coach Mack is a great person, and a great coach.