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Birk

(bērk),
Yehudith, Israeli biochemist, b. 1926. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Birk said showers and thunderstorms are expected off and on today before easing late Thursday afternoon.
Birk said that doctors are pressured to be perfect, and "of course, none of us are perfect."
"When you have very high density but that smaller footprint, you also have a competition over space and a lot of humans debating how we use that space," Birk said.
Sandow Birk's The Depravities of War (2007) presents fourteen very large woodcuts on the American invasion of Iraq, with scenes ranging from insurgency to Abu Ghraib to Congressional hearings and rehabilitation at Walter Reed.
Ohad Birk of the Morris Kahn Laboratory of Human Genetics at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Berth occupancy was managed at the Port at seventy three Percent on Sunday where a total of eight ships namely C.V MSC Magali, M.V Oriental Moon, M.V Fastern Charm, M.V She belle, M.V Leopard B, M.V Jo Birk, M.T World Majesty and M.T Grigoroussa-1 were occupied at PQA berths to load/offload Containers, Rice, Clinker, Cement, Phosphoric Acid, Palm oil and Furnace oil respectively during last 24 hours.
Lady Birk, the junior environment minister in charge of the commemorations, tried to placate the Prime Minister, telling him: "If you appear together, the contrast between your reassuring authority and her shrillness would be striking."
With serious hang-time Billy Birk melons this Bradenton, FL hip
The couple, who are known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay when in Scotland, are holidaying at nearby Birk Hall where they spent their honeymoon in April 2005.
Previous letters have gone unanswered and the agency has virtually given up hope of getting back the items - among the world's oldest vetebrates - stolen from the quarry at Birk Knowes in Lanarkshire.