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Definition of Plack

Plack
Plack Plack, n. [F. plaque a plate of metal. Cf. Plaque.] A small copper coin formerly current in Scotland, worth less than a cent. With not a plack in the pocket of the poet. --Prof. Wilson.

Meaning of Plack from wikipedia

- Adam Plack is an Australian-born didgeridoo player, composer and producer, originally from East Brighton in Melbourne. He moved to New York City in 1991...
- Plack may refer to: Plack (coin), an ancient Scottish coin Plack (software), a set of tools for running Perl-based Web applications and frameworks Plack...
- Plack is a Perl web application programming framework inspired by Rack for Ruby and WSGI for Python, and it is the project behind the PSGI specification...
- present-day Longparish, Hampshire. The event was commemorated by the Dead Man's Plack, erected in 1825. In 1875, Edward Augustus Freeman debunked the story as...
- A plack (Scottish Gaelic: plang) was an ancient Scottish coin of the value of four Scots pennies or by 1707 one third of an English penny. It appears...
- Louis Plack Hammett (April 7, 1894 – February 9, 1987) was an American physical chemist. He is known for the Hammett equation, which relates reaction...
- Dead Man's Plack is a Grade-II listed 19th-century monument to Æthelwald, Ealdorman of East Anglia, who, according to legend, was killed in 963 near the...
- Plack (1921 – 1940) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. As a juvenile in 1923 when she won three races and finished second to Diophon...
- pages with titles beginning with Plaque All pages with titles containing Plaque Builder's plate Plac (disambiguation) Placard Plack (disambiguation)...
- websites sometimes use custom web application servers, such as Gl****fish, Plack and Python's "Base HTTP Server" library, although some may not consider...
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