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Funk

Casimir . 1884--1967, US biochemist, born in Poland: studied and named vitamins
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This is going to be a blast, can't wait to get my trunk of funk on board.
He will bring acts and songs featured in his Saturday night Radio 6 slot, The Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show, to Moseley Park.
I've always had a real passion for the funk genre, so this is a dream come true to be able to organise a festival showcasing the very best the funk world has to offer.
Meanwhile, Middlesbrough duo Graham Hallet and Gary Warren who have been running a successful Northern Soul night at the Marton Country Club decided it would be a good idea to open a second room with a jazz funk theme.
Funk said his two namesake firms have created some confusion.
A focus on funk music and musicians continues with the section titled "Inside the Funk Shop: Writings on the Funk Band Era.
The 20-1 for Cook looks brilliant each-way value and he could give Funk, a similar type of player, most to do.
Verne Funk began with functional works, but could not resist the temptation to introduce wit and sexually suggestive pieces.
Bye bye, binders: "In the past, we distributed big binders filled with resources that basically sat on teachers' shelves," says Funk.
Other highlights include a night presented by DJ Gilles Peterson, featuring The Heritage Orchestra, a mammoth 40-piece funk outfit from London.
Funk recently retired from the University of Guelph and is President of the Canadian Centre for Sales & Marketing, Guelph, Ont.
Karel Funk is one such smart ragpicker, assembling an audacious mix of clashing styles and strategies that takes in Ellsworth Kelly, Alex Katz and Andy Warhol, Northern Renaissance altarpieces, photorealism, and the J.