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piker

Slang
Austral a wild bullock
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Joshua Piker does not simply explain what happened and why.
"He's always wearing that shirt on game day,'' Piker said.
Year after year, they return to work as Pikers. Mainly they come for the fire.
In this carefully researched and well-written account of the case, Joshua Piker (history, U.
Daniel Day-Lewis' "Lincoln," wearily shouldering the 13th Amendment and the Civil War, is almost a piker next to Joaquin Phoenix carrying the postwar world's psychic burden searching for "The Master," or Jean-Louis Trintignant carrying Emmanuelle Riva through her decline in "Amour."
This was also noted by Steven Piker about the same time, in a short article published in 1972 that was largely ignored by Buddhist Studies scholars and Thai specialists ("The Problem of Consistency in Thai Religion," Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 11[1972]: 211-29).
RON SINGER has a new book from Kindle Direct and Piker Press (where the episodes will appear, one by one, starting August 13th).
The purchase was the largest in history by a tenant, and made Mort Zuckerman, who completed the biggest pure-investor purchase of the year (in plunking down $930 million for Boston's John Hancock Building), look like a piker.
Peter Schiff even makes a cameo in the mythical island fish world as "Piker Skiff," an accurate economist who's laughed at on talk shows by conventional political operators.
Once news was out, the pike was heavily targeted and then died, allegedly after mishandling from an inexperienced piker. Pike are delicate and cannot handle heavy fishing pressure, which is why experienced pikers rarely name the venue at which they catch big fish.
Like the teachers before him (Fred Olsen, Jeff Shapiro, Todd Piker, Shiro Otani, Janet Mansfield and others too numerous to name here), John Dix arrived in the cool evening going straight to the kiln to assess what he was up against.
ATFBank-Kyrgyzstan OJSC, subsidiary of ATFBank-Kazakhstan will get US$20 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for 5 years, Board Chairman Alexander Piker told news conference in AKIpress news center today.US$14 million will be extended as loans for small and medium-sized businesses, the remaining US$6 million will be spent for micro-crediting.The loan agreement between ATFBank and EBRD was signed on 22 May 2009.ATFBank is a member of the Italian UniCredit Group, which has representations in 22 countries.