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Birk

(bērk),
Yehudith, Israeli biochemist, b. 1926. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Those who ignored their investments or had the stomach to "let it ride" learned that good things can come to those who wait, says Kol Birke, a senior vice president and financial behavior specialist at Commonwealth Financial Network.
Linda Birke (1999) argumenta que e crucial para as feministas "insistir em maneiras mais complexas e matizadas de entender os processos biologicos"(p.
As for a timeframe for Oros' replacement, Fidelity is starting an active search, according to Birke. "We are very fortunate to have strong leadership throughout the organization to make sure that clients' needs are met during such transitions," she said.
Becoming donkey may be understood first in terms of working animal-human relations of power, whereby donkey performance of their human-imposed role as "working animals" requires not just any old behavior (Birke, 2002: 432).
"Together with the announcement that Dr Birke is now a Visiting Professor with us these new incentives add so much gravitas to our work and will no doubt help us to grow further in the years to come."
Semiautomated methods such as part-of-speech tagging, sentence clustering, and lexical patterns are still limited because they require manual annotation or other manual coding (Birke & Sarkar, 2006; Fass, 1991; Gedigian et al., 2006; Goatly, 1997; Krishnakumaran & Zhu, 2007; Miller, Beckwith, Fellbaum, Gross, & Miller, 1990; Peters & Peters, 2000).
Swann and Birke (2005), Walsh (1996) and also Utterback et al.
Kiefer und Birke haben den hochsten Anteil unter den estnischen Baumarten (41 bzw.
obliqua is a potentially serious invasive pest in climatically similar areas where it is not yet established (Birke et al.