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Funk

Casimir . 1884--1967, US biochemist, born in Poland: studied and named vitamins
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He is quite sound on Ties of Sentiment, and--alone of Colonial Statesmen ventures to talk of the Ties of Common Funk.
"It doesn't last long and you won't funk. It is really not half as bad as it sounds.
You conceived your evil plans, but when the time came for carrying them out, you funked it every time.
Totski's position was very uncomfortable; having "funked" once, he could not totally regain his ease.
Taking his refined tastes on the road, Charles - known for his cult comedy role of Lister in Red Dwarf and "that scouser off Corrie" - has gained a loyal band of listeners to his weekly Funk and Soul radio show.
The Funk family had 10 children, many of whom were inventors.
Lisa Graham, a former board member and spokeswoman for the Clydesdale organization, called Funk a tireless supporter of the Clydesdale industry with accomplishments that go well beyond the numerous national awards and world championships that his horses have won.
For example, Funk has continued to expand its distribution of craft beer outside Pennsylvania.
Known for making heavy India pale ales, Funk distributes a few styles of its canned beers across the commonwealth, into New Jersey, Connecticut and even Arizona.
The Dynamite Group presents Funk Soul Social V Disco Paradiso across two rooms.
Funk brought this action under Title VII, asserting a hostile work environment and retaliation because of sex.