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Burke

1. Edmund. 1729--97, British Whig statesman, conservative political theorist, and orator, born in Ireland: defended parliamentary government and campaigned for a more liberal treatment of the American colonies; denounced the French Revolution
2. Robert O'Hara. 1820--61, Irish explorer, who led the first expedition (1860--61) across Australia from south to north. He was accompanied by W. J. Wills, George Grey, and John King; King alone survived the return journey
3. William. 1792--1829, Irish murderer and body snatcher; associate of William Hare
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In 2014, Berk acquired an ultrasonic bonding machine, enabling it to bond multiple substrates--whether light, medium or heavy--together for many applications.
Engin Goksu, EBRD Head of Office in Ashgabat, said: The cooperation between Berk and the EBRD is an example of a fruitful partnership.
In 2000, Larry and his brother Jeff Berk, who is the president and head of sales, started up again and Berk Wiper International as we know it was born.
My grandmother had an amazing midcentury sofa that everyone in the family wanted when she passed," Berk said.
The capacity of soil to absorb the moisture will be increased," said Berk.
Berk says that she expects that many more unidentified pathogens were living in the amoebas.
Ilhan Berk Kitabi speaks as much from the author as it does for or about him.
In writing this review, the temptation is to model, or even parody, Berk's style, trying to out-Berk Berk with witty aphorisms, clever language, double entendre, or other devices.
Berk 2001; Erikson, 1994; Fischer & Lazerson, 1984).
has appointed lighting industry veteran Paul Berk to the post of national sales manager.
Lucy de Berk (41) was accused of 13 murders and five attempted murders in hospitals around The Hague over four years ending in September 2001.