But Greg Glark
, the Secretary of Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, gave a fullthrottle defence of Airbus' intervention in the House of Commons.
Duende will be heading to Hobart for a sixth fifth consecutive time, again carrying CYCA Life Member, Tony 'Glark
' Cable, aka 'Short Fat Bald Man', who will race to Hobart for a record 51st time.
In this case, the original fleet has been updated, retrofitted, and modified over 12 times in the last 50 years, each time saving the DoD the estimated $40 billion cost of developing a new aircraft for a similar purpose (GAO, 2004; Glark
For example, difficult temperament has been found to be associated with deficient parenting (Glark
, Koshanska, & Ready, 2000; Katainen, Raikkonen, & Keltikangas-Jarvinen, 1997; van den Boom & Hoeksma, 1994).
Now, imagine if they'd all agreed - even nosy old Mrs Glark
from Tynybedw Street.
- Understanding tech-speak, or officialese, as in "The manuals are poor, but you can glark
the meaning." Comes from a spoof 1981 Scientific American article which included: "This gubblick contains many nonsklarkish English flutzpahs, but the overall plugandisp can be glarked
In the final study, the researchers presented 30 students with descriptive phrases about an imaginary animal called a glark
. Participants then decided whether new propositions about glarks
were true or false.
Tony Gable, nicknamed "Glark
," lives a stone's throw from Sydney's Cruising Yacht Club of Australia and has been sailing most of his life.
Duende will be heading to Hobart for a fifth consecutive time with its rather special crew member, Tony 'Glark
' Cable, who will achieve his 50th Sydney Hobart this year, breaking his own record of 49 last year.
He was one of the early exponents of the QLD, co-founded by his mate and old Southerly crew member, Tony 'Glark