If you're an eager mentor with years of experience and excellent advice, nothing will frustrate you more than a protege who balks
at every suggestion.
This was frustrating, because when a (client) office screams, they scream loudly,' says Balk
Because Myers advanced one base beyond his awarded third base on the balk
, the balk
should be nullified.
Bard was hit with another balk
, allowing Moustakas to reach third, and the mistake proved critical when Getz's single tied the game.
After his death in 1870, his son Gustav Balk
teamed up with Amandus Dethlefsen and from then on, under the name "Dethlefsen & Balk
--tea trade en gros," concentrated entrepreneurial activities on importing Chinese tea.
, recognize the critical role children's health care providers play in a) discerning the potential environmental etiology of symptoms or disease, b) responding to patients' questions that arise from the increasing barrage of new messages in the media regarding environmental risks, and c) providing reliable, scientifically sound preventive messages regarding environmental exposures.
Yet if it is parish custom, those who balk
may need to ask themselves, "Does it really hurt me to grasp hands for a few minutes?
Parents concerned about allergies may balk
at the idea of keeping pets around children.
After the umpires called a rare "catcher's balk
" in a recent game involving the Atlanta Braves, the National League club called a balk
on its announcing crew, banning them from team charter flights.
It had minimum reporting functions," says Mike Balk
, director of technical services for InterAmerica.
The college has asked Kirklees Council for permission to build 14 homes on the Green Balk
Lane site to help finance the relocation.