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Flack

(flak),
Martin W., British physiologist, 1882-1931. See: Flack node, Keith and Flack node.
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The successful firms will become partners to Flacks Group and construct both commercial and industrial buildings on it.
Unlike materialists who are interested in understanding social movements as frameworks for altering material realities and producing culture, Rosenthal and Flacks are concerned with how music affects movements and the social context of its creation and reception.
Flacks scored a season-high seven goals and also had three assists in Agoura's 14-7victory over Royal of Simi Valley at Rancho Simi Park, keeping the Chargers in first place and giving them victories over both of the teams considered to be their leading threats in league.
The professor wrote in one passage: "As Mickey Flacks, a prominent Democratic Party affiliate in the Santa Barbara community, revealed to me excitedly on the phone, 'The Indians have contributed $30,000 already to the recall effort (against Gail Marshall).
Flacks, a 5-foot-3, 115-pound junior, is considered a small attacker in the hole/set (two-meter) position, but that doesn't keep her from beating bigger defenders, partly because she grew up playing against larger and stronger opponents.
Two chemical engineers, Paul and Carol Flack, wanted toys for their children that would be fun yet help them learn basic scientific principles.
The Chargers return three first-team All-CIF players in Hawaii-bound goalkeeper Sara Gralitzer, Casey Flacks and Clark, who has committed to UC Santa Barbara.
The exhilaration of winning the 2005 NCAA team title as a Stanford freshman hasn't worn off on Lindsay Flacks yet.
We knew what we had to do,'' said Flacks, who teamed up with Casey Clark to defend Delgado.
Packed with fascinating information--including a report on the activities of two undercover PR spies, a list of leading PR firms and their annual net fees, and sections from speeches and internal memos--PR Watch is fun to read and a helpful tool for activists who must dodge PR flacks.
With Carly Clark (74 goals) and Casey Flacks (64) taking some of the scoring load, Corso's game broadened as a senior.
Harvard-Westlake - the Daily News' fourth-ranked team - won eight of 11 events Thursday, including two each by David Chanin and Brian Flacks, to defeat the visiting Cubs 116-70.