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Funk

Casimir . 1884--1967, US biochemist, born in Poland: studied and named vitamins
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Somebody broke a window pane, and with the sound of falling glass, so suggestive of riot and devasta tion, Schomberg reeled out after us in a state of funk which had prevented his parting with his brandy and soda.
It was an immeasurable and composite funk, which from its very excess gave him in the dark a false appearance of calm and thoughtful deliberation.
Former Supremes singer Mary Wilson was proud to sing a few of her old favorites with the Funks.
We Got The Funk continues this trend with a cross section of 1970s and early 1980s hit singles (Tom Browne's "Funkin' For Jamaica (NY)") as well as influential but lesser-known album cuts and instrumentals (Nite-Liter's "Con-Funk-Shun," The Breckerer Brothers' "Skunk Funk" and Bernard Wright's "Funky Beat").