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Rask

Rasmus Christian . 1787--1832, Danish philologist. He pioneered comparative philology with his work on Old Norse (1818)
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Rask was a reserve goaltender on that team eight years ago, while Marchand was a key performer.
"I consider this initiative of RASK to organize a conference on India-Korea relations is very important as the bilateral relationships between the two countries are on a new high.
Though Rask has a badge, it doesn't seem like he has a heart of gold.
But Hayes made the score 4-2 when he wristed the puck past Rask from the slot with 4:46 left.
McIver had a three-shot lead on Rask before following up a bogey on No.
Despite that yield has been somewhat more stable inrecent months, the over capacity on certain routes adds uncertainty to the yieldand RASK outlook going forward and the SAS Group expects a negative trend forthe RASK and yield for the full year 2012/13.
The same applies when comparing salaries of all other state officials--judges, PM, chancellor of justice, state secretary," Rask said.
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Barring an unforeseen incident, Rask will start in net.
Chuck Rask, twice named the most valuable player of Oregon teams, is this year's selection by the Ducks for the Pac-12 Hall of Honor, which annually inducts a player or coach from each of the conference's teams.
Group market trends, RASK and yield development traffic growth continued to be positive during December, but did not fully match additional capacity, SAS said.