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calk

[kȯk]
(engineering)
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Calk abused the power entrusted to him as the top official of a federally insured bank by approving millions of dollars in high-risk loans in an effort to secure a personal benefit," Acting U.S.
Calk attorney Jeremy Margolis said in a statement his client will be exonerated on the "baseless isolated charge."
"Over 500,000 servicepeople per year are being discharged due to the drawdown," says Calk.
Food and animal safety company Neogen (NasdaqGS:NEOG) reported on Thursday that it has appointed Richard Calk, Jr as its president and chief operating officer.
In anticipation of using oral tradition in court, communities should be making every effort to record elders' evidence on video, Williams wrote in an email following up his calk. "Have them begin by saying that they've agreed the information should be recorded because they're concerned they might die before it can be used," he said.
"Youth and Urban Space in De la calk and Amur te duele." Trans 3.2 (2012): 141-56.
I recently heard the Edinburgh-raised Philip Kerr calk about the inspiration for his Berlin cop Bernie Gunther--the character first appeared in the Berlin Noir trilogy, and the Nazi shadow has since taken him to Argentina, Cuba, and back to wartime Germany--in terms of the American-born Raymond Chandler's British upbringing and education.
Dude Wipes are wallet-sized and perfect for guys to stay fresh wherever or whenever nature calk. With uses ranging from the bathroom, pre- or post-gym cleanroom or a quick shower, Dude Wipes are flushable, biodegradable and contain vitamin E.
A diaphragm of calk paper is used as the transparent screen.
or Who will calk to the low, except A bird or a bat or a rat Here Gurram is expressing the social discrimination and the feeling ofbeing lonely in a land of millions of people.