Mack


Mack

Mack can refer to:

Business

*Mack Trucks, a truck maker
*Mack Group, a manufacturing company
*Mack Brewery, a Norwegian brewery
*MACK Rides, a German ride manufacturer

urname

* Allison Mack
* Burton L. Mack, American theologian
* Cecil Mack
* Connie Mack (baseball)
* Connie Mack IV
* Craig Mack, American rap musician
* David Alan Mack
* Earle Mack, baseball player
* Earle I. Mack, businessman and former US Ambassador
* Helen Mack
* Jimmy Mack, Scottish radio and television presenter
* Joe Mack
* John Edward Mack
* Karl Mack von Leiberich, Austrian general, famous for his defeat at Ulm in Napoleon's campaign of 1805
* Lonnie Mack
* Peter F. Mack, Jr., former US politician
* Reinhold Mack, a record producer known for working with Electric Light Orchestra, Queen and other rock bands
* Rodney Mack, ring name of professional wrestler Rodney Begnaud
* Sam Mack
* Shane Mack (baseball player)
* Shane Mack (mayor)
* Ted Mack (radio-TV host)
* Timothy Mack, "Tim". American athlete. A pole vaulter and Olympic champion.
* Willard Mack

In fiction

*Mack ("Cars"), an anthropomorphic semi-trailer truck from the film "Cars", based on a Mack truck
*, the boss who held the first Star Piece, in ""

Television

* Richard Machowicz, host of "FutureWeapons", known as "Mack"

Music

* "Jimmy Mack", song
* "Mack the Knife", song
* "Return of the Mack", song

Places

* Mack, Colorado, USA

Other

*Player (dating), slang term for a (usually male, but also female) individual skilled at sexual seduction
*A composite word from the first two letters of "mast" and the last two of "stack", used to describe a structure combining a ships radar masts and funnels. Macks are common aboard modern warships as a means of reducing topweight.

ee also

*Mac
*Mach
*Mak
*Mark


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