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Kirk

(kĭrk),
Norman Thomas, U.S. Army surgeon, 1888-1960. See: Kirk amputation.
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As trade secretary, Kirk said he focused on listening to the concerns of workers in American cities like Detroit and Pittsburgh.
Creative director at Kirk & Kirk, Ms Kirk, told OT: "The Vivarium collection offers strong, easy to wear shapes with an unexpected twist, which is always part of our brief when creating a new collection.
Just as he was returning to work after the purchase, Edmond spotted Alexander Webster, a known opponent of the fledgling Free Kirk.
Now celebrating 60 years since it was first published, The Conservative Mind and its permutations have as much to teach us about Kirk as they do about the meaning of postwar conservatism and libertarianism over a period of nearly four decades.
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Kirk previously served as Global Director of Human Resources.
In a writ lodged with the High Court in London, Mr Kirk's former wife Barbara Kirk alleges that he persuaded her to take part in a fraudulent "Ponzi" scheme involving Aids drugs for Africa in which the money put in by later investors was allegedly used to pay earlier investors.
Chief commercial officer of Etihad Airways, Peter Baumgartner, said: "With more than 35 years of industry experience, including two years based in Bangkok, Kirk has the right credentials to accelerate the growth of our business in Thailand.
And straight-talking Kirk, 23, told the leggy model to "stop playing hard to get" and admit she liked him.
A jury heard "eccentric" Kirk, 64, posted videos of himself on the internet clutching the 3ft-long antique machine gun, which was mounted on his De Havilland II aircraft, which saw action during the Battle of the Somme.
Smartly-dressed Kirk, now 21, woos his smiling young lady in front of the cameras.
Kirk reported unearned income between $143,227 and $385,108.