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Funk

Casimir . 1884--1967, US biochemist, born in Poland: studied and named vitamins
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Recently, two new companies announced they were breaking new ground and taking root in the seed business--Rob-See-Co and Funk Seed.
The Funk name carries equal legacy weight with a long and significant history in the agricultural seed industry In 1935, Edward J.
A proposta desse artigo e pensar a producao de funks dentro do contexto do futebol carioca.
Serao apontados pontos de intersecao entre o funk proibido de faccao e os funks produzidos pelas torcidas.
Owners of a 214-year-old maple syrup operation hope to open the third winery in Central Illinois by 2006 at Funks Grove.
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").
Drawing the heat off gangsta rap by recycling the funk of their early youth, the kinship grouping of Dre, Snoop, and 1994's new rap star, Warren G (Dre's younger half-brother and Snoop's best friend), nailed down a classic auto-cruising sound and provided a slew of accompanying life-style images on video and film.
Here's what 10 of the trend's leaders from across the country have to say about the funk factor.