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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 and colleagues found that people born before 1958 had antibodies against the 2009 H1N1 virus.
There are other things that contribute to threat, but this is one of the main things for this age group," Polack said.
Affirming communication is communication that affirms or validates the experience of the person with whom we are interacting while simultaneously contributing to a relational climate that is less aggressive, more productive, more accurate, and more pro-social (Avtgis & Chory, 2010; Infante, 1988; Polack, Avtgis, Kappel, & Martin, 2010; Rancer, & Avtgis, 2006).
Polack said he expects a high demand for savings products in Poland, which is expected to have stable gross domestic product growth, leading to increasing wealth accumulation.
Mrs Polack, who lives in the New Forest, Hampshire, said she has carried a living will in her handbag for years but felt this might not be checked during an emergency.
On May 15, Judge Cecilia Polack Boluarte issued an arrest order for 12 current and former officers--three generals, three colonels, and six junior officers--involved in the raid on charges filed by public prosecutor Richard Saavedra.
Although my father is a White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, my mother is the child of immigrants and my grandparents raised me, so I am a DP, a bullhonk, a Polack.
Blackwell and Steve McClain, lineman Elliot Polack and linebacker James Needham are expected to be the key contributors.
Many authors (Berger, 1995; Berger & Kelly, 1993; Hoff & Polack, 1993; McMain-Park, 1996) have emphasized the importance of social workers becoming aware of and involved in environmental issues.
On-base, it still mattered if you were a Cracker, a Yankee, a Jew, a Polack.
The new Board of Directors will consist of Jim Geraghty of Genzyme; Axel Polack, M.