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Berks,

former county, England: see BerkshireBerkshire
or Berks
, former county, S central England. Part of the ancient kingdom of Wessex and the birthplace of King Alfred, the county of Berkshire was abolished as an administrative entity in 1998 and divided into the unitary authorities of Bracknell Forest, West
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Berks converted a fifthminute penalty after he was tripped by Brett Larkins before Fife tapped into an empty net.
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As Berks campaigned to build a memorial to Einstein on the grounds of the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., he ensured the two men would share a lasting connection.
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Charles Abdalla, who are affiliated with Penn State University, conducted the land-use study in Berks County, Pa., using data based on 8,090 single-family homes sold between 1998 and 2002.
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In April 1994, the warden of Berks County prison in Pennsylvania began charging his prisoners for room and board.
Surrounded by rich farmland overlooking Gardiners Bay at the eastern tip of Long Island's North Fork, sculptor Robert Berks has converted an old schoolhouse into a superbly equipped art studio.
A crowd of about 1,000 is expected at the dinner, which the chamber bills as the largest gathering of business professionals and community leaders in Berks County.