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polacke

[pō′läk·ə]
(meteorology)
A cold, dry, northeasterly katabatic wind in Bohemia descending from the Sudeten Mountains (from the direction of Poland).
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Polack comes in as a replacement of Hassan Oktay, who quit earlier this week, seven months into his two-year contract.Odhiambo has also been recruited as a like-for-like replacement of Zedekiah 'Zico' Otieno, who resigned at the end of last season to join KCB as head coach.
A third essay in this section, "Samuel David Luzzatto's Judaization of Rousseau" by Sheila Spector, considers how Rousseau's antirationalism provided Luzzatto--whom Spector considers "the only authentic Romantic among the Hebrew writers of his time"--with a philosophic basis for privileging "Abrahamism" over "Atticism." Spector's concern with this counter-Enlightenment" tendency of Romantic sensibility nicely complements Kaufman's earlier essay on the enlightenment progressivism of Jewish writers like Maria Polack, thus underlining the apparent contradictions involved in a complex cultural phenomenon like "Romanticism/Judaica."
Polack noted that credit unions and community banks may be among the few places where debit cards might be available without consumers having to pay a fee for their use or facing other account restrictions and that should make them popular with or without rewards.
"The middle-aged population usually doesn't have much of problem," Polack says.
Fernando Polack of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, and his team explored past exposure to pathogens.
In terms of the communicative and psychological aspects of coordination and collaboration in trauma, communication researchers have begun interdisciplanry collaboration to investigate such processes and phenomena (see, for example, Avtgis, Polack, Martin, & Rossi, in press).
En un intento por lograr una produccion de tomate diferenciado, Polack y Mitidieri (2002) y Polack et al.
Less worthy of honour, he is a 'Polack', a lesser being, and they decide to let him know his place in the scheme of things.
"The agreement allows the fund to continue to offer existing and new Nordea Invest members a wide range of investment opportunities, and costs can simultaneously be kept down thanks to economies of scale," Allan Polack, head of Nordea Savings & Asset Management, said.
- The 400 freestyle relay team of Lisa Chewning, Carrie Kelsey, Rachel Polack and Ashley Kerekanich finished 14th in 3 minutes, 32.09 seconds for Oregon State's best finish Saturday at the Toshiba Classic.
A HEART-FELT appeal comes from Margaret Snape, of Newtown, for help in tracing the family of her mother, Maureen Polack (ne Harwood).