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Burk

(berk),
Dean, 20th-century U.S. scientist. See: Lineweaver-Burk equation, Lineweaver-Burk plot.
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Among his notable transactions in Brooklyn, Burk arranged: the $8.
Later, CNN fired back at Singer's allegations by pointing out that Burk is an unreliable source of information.
Stating that as a ruling body of golf, the RandA can end the controversy by declaring clubs that discriminate as ineligible to host official tournaments, Burk said that putting pressure on public officials to continue to speak out will also force the club to end its policy.
And Burk is not surprised Woods, who has not played since November after revelations of a string of affairs, will tee up again in Georgia.
The private ceremony for the Los Feliz teen was held under a white tent at the public arts center and park in Hollywood, a treasured place for Burk, who frequented the tranquil facility with her parents.
Burk says the instant connectivity has eliminated the frustration of lost connections and restarts.
Burk started with the company co-founded by his father 30 years ago, beginning in the plant weighing ink and working his way up through color matching, production and the labs, where he worked closely with customers.
According to his attorney Burk followed standard airline procedures, The Associated Press reported.
Burk has shown that cirrhosis is associated with low plasma Se-P and has collaborated in studies showing that selenium deficiency is not necessary for the development of colorectal adenomas.
Burk, Never Just a Game: Players, Owners, and American Baseball to 1920 (Chapel Hill, 1994), Goldstein, Playing for Keeps, 134-149; Allen Guttmann, A Whole New Ball Game: An Interpretation of American Sports (Chapel Hill, 1988), 61-69; William A.
Burk has been leading the fight to end the men-only membership rule at Augusta National Golf Club.
Whether the implied moral distinction between owners and stockholders on the one hand and players on the other, is as clear as Burk suggests, remains debatable.