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Birk

(bērk),
Yehudith, Israeli biochemist, b. 1926. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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The sale of our Corporate Sales Division is part of our long-term corporate strategy to focus our efforts and resources on our core objectives to develop and grow the Birks product and retail brands," said Jean-Christophe Bedos, President and Chief Executive Officer of Birks Group.
Birks is determined not to make the mistake of last year against India when he was forced into an apology for shaving the playing surface.
Chris added: "Having fought against Dave Birks in court I'm delighted he has joined Newtons together with Mark Reeves.
Tony Birks has left us, but his quiet voice will continue to be heard and respected above and beyond shallow chattering.
Bufdir gives Oslo municipality a royalty limited right to use Birks parallel to that they even put it into production in the regions.
For over 30 years Birks has demonstrated board leadership and enterprise risk management expertise by serving on numerous nonprofit and civic boards in South Florida.
Birks, 22, broke his back in a crash at Plymouth last month and Scorpions' boss Rob Godfrey admitted: "He's not in our thoughts for the start of 2014.
From left, Nick Freeston, Nick Harrison and Mark Birks from GVA.
Lindgren and Kerr took an equally fine 1-5 for Newcastle in heat 14 comfortably over Douglas and Birks to tie the score again 42-42.
For over 130 years, Birks has been a key part of its clients' celebration of milestone moments with its exquisite jewellery, timepieces and other fine gifts.
Work to make Birks a "modern, state-of-the-art" cinema is expected to start in April, with the 101-seat theatre due to reopen in April 2013 - 30 years after it closed.
No facepaint or titanium vest for Poundworld troubleshooter Martyn Birks, just a denim jacket his wife said, rather kindly, made him look "like Jack Nicholson".