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Birk

(bērk),
Yehudith, Israeli biochemist, b. 1926. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Furthermore, the Birks collections will continue to be sold in the United States through Mayors' stores in Florida and Georgia.
On May 2, Birks and two comrades attacked an Austrian Oeffag-built Albatros D.
Matt Manson, President and CEO, commented: We are honoured to be able to partner with Birks in the presentation of Quebecs first diamonds to the retail market.
Birks Business offers product customization, engraving and luxury packaging.
Birks is determined not to make the mistake of last year against India when he was forced into an apology for shaving the playing surface.
Chris added: "Having fought against Dave Birks in court I'm delighted he has joined Newtons together with Mark Reeves.
Tony Birks has left us, but his quiet voice will continue to be heard and respected above and beyond shallow chattering.
Gail Birks is an experienced independent corporate director for Gibraltar Private Bank, marking 20 years of service.
SPEEDWAY Injured Ashley in cold storage SCUNTHORPE are resigned to spending the winter without top points-scorer Ashley Birks.
Nick Harrison from the office's Planning, Development and Regeneration team, Mark Birks from Land and Development, and Nick Freeston, of the Public Sector and Business Development team, have all received recognition for their work and commitment to their respective business units.
Michael Palm Toft fell and was excluded from the ninth and needed medical help on the track, while in the re-run Birks again hit home a win followed by Worrall and Schramm in another shared race.
Cumming is one of several stars who have backed the restoration campaign for the Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy, Perthshire.