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Funk

(fŭngk, fōōngk), Casimir 1884-1967.
Polish-born American biochemist whose research of deficiency diseases led to the discovery of vitamins, which he named in 1912.
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Archibald First School pupil Steven and Gosforth Central Middle student Abigail were found dead in their beds, while the bodies of supermarket worker Funke and Yemi were downstairs in the semi.
More important, the findings demonstrate that it is specifically the dimension of authoritarian aggression (Altemeyer, 1996; Funke, 2005) that is significantly related to attitudes toward torture.
PLENTY TO CROW ABOUT: Ricardo Victor, left, and Mark Oldfield with Punch Partnership development manager Heike Funke at the newly-reopened Golden Cock at Farnley Tyas (S)
Once we are convinced that NEK is in the position to handle the entire amount of electricity that we can produce, within a year and a half we will be ready to build the new wind park," Funke stated, as cited by BTA.
It is doubtless too early to derive new forms of treatment of functional disorders of the brain from the results of our study, but the knowledge obtained provides an important contribution for a possibly more specific application of TMS in future", Funke said.
Children's book Reckless by Cornelia Funke (Chicken House: pounds 12.
Other characters in the rundown include eccentric Tobias Funke, played by David Cross, from axed US comedy Arrested Development.
Tabcorp chief executive Elmer Funke Kupper told delegates yesterday that co-mingling and simulcasting with the Singapore Turf Club was being trialled, with a view to coming on stream in a few months, while it was intended that British and Irish racing would quickly follow.
The heroine who danced her way through Inkheart and Inkspell is reduced to a nominal role--she has to choose between two suitors and the reader feels that just as Fenoglio has lost control of his ability to shape events, so, to some extent, has Funke.
BASED on the best-selling novel by Cornelia Funke, Inkheart is a fantastical family adventure about a secret class - the Silvertongues - who possess the power to literally bring books to life.
Helene Funke (1869-1957) was an Expressionist painter whose first documented exhibitions were with Matisse and the Fauves in Paris.
Neil Crampton is charged with killing his daughter, Abigail, 12, five year-old son Steven, ex-partner Funke Sobo, 36, and her brother Yemi Sobo, 41.