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clack

Engineering a simple nonreturn valve using either a hinged flap or a ball
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Hershey Hotels has chosen the highest level of revenue management technology available today," said Chuck Clack, CEO of OPUS 2.
Mr Clack invited the First Minister to say a few words on the evening.
Knights led by 16 by the eighth minute then Augur chipped in with a three-pointer and Nigel Clack drove to the basket for Vikings to take them to nine.
Paige Clack who lived in Wood End, Coventry , died from injuries suffered in a collision in Budbrooke Close, Wood End.
It is astonishing that BBC Wales persists in commissioning this garbage, but not half as astonishing that both these defenders are from the Valleys which Clack so regularly ridicules.
We both feel that when Boyd Clack put pen to paper, he was on a winner.
Dafydd Ian Boyd Clack, 19, drove at a policeman standing in the middle of a road waving a torch, Rhondda Magistrates' Court heard.
Commenting on the consolidation, Managing Director Ian Clack stated, "In November 1994, immediately following Burns Philp's acquisition of Tone's the major United States Spice business, the company undertook a study of its North American spice manufacturing facilities.
David Clack of the Conejo Valley Congregational Church of Thousand Oaks, this will be the fourth year his church has joined several other area congregations for the interdenominational sunrise service at Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village.
David Clack, pastor of the Conejo Valley Congregational Church.
You'd hear the clack, clack noise,'' Bradshaw said.
Thud, clack, scrape as they stomp and drag their heavy work boots.