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calk

[kȯk]
(engineering)
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These investments, coupled with continuous improvement projects in our pectin and carrageenan businesses, ensure both our product offering and infrastructure are in place for a sustainable long-term growth", says Calk.
Calk most recently worked as the director of strategic planning at Universal Studios.
In developing the ACT 2300, ADTRAN has responded to the public service providers' need to effectively replace the discontinued D4 channel bank with a fully compatible channel bank that also offers intelligence as well as redundant powering options," Product Manager Bill Calk said.
Calk, Partner, Waller * Tim Delgado, President, Read King Medical Development * Kristin Dufek, Managing Principal, Eppstein Uhen Architects * Wilkingson Germain, Senior Investment Officer, Ventas, Inc * Mark Johnson, Managing Principal, Cushman & Wakefield Healthcare Practice Group * Jesse W.
The job of teacher is to carry calks, markers and pens, not guns".
A mottled mount has gone this way-- I heard the iron calks strike fire: A reckless rider reined his bay Down where the roadside trees loom higher.
These are vary rare finds as the horse shoes of today have calks fitted on them of various shapes and sizes for weather and terrain situations.
During Allied Force and Enduring Freedom, the B-2 flew missions from Whiteman AFB, MO, because no other location provided the climate-controlled hangars necessary to cure the tapes, calks, and coatings associated with maintenance of the radar-absorbent skin.
Von Mahlsdoff died at age 74 two years ago, but "Granny Trannie," as Wright affectionately calks his eccentric heroine, is still entertaining audiences on Broadway, and there's an international tour already in the works.
The process calks us to be educated to the issues and willing to speak up on behalf of our profession.
Steel spikes, or calks, in the soles of their boots kept drivers from slipping on logs.
5 percent of all calks, an impressive figure, when taking into account the wide range of subjects on which residents request information, according to Director Pat Lehman.