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Burk

(berk),
Dean, 20th-century U.S. scientist. See: Lineweaver-Burk equation, Lineweaver-Burk plot.
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Even Bush let us get closer than a half-mile away," Burk said at a sparsely attended rally during the tournament, though as Burk pointed out to me, "We don't think we need huge numbers of people to make our point.
That changed after the 2002 Masters tournament when Burk sent Johnson a letter asking him when he intended to change the no women members policy.
Burk offers examples of how salaries, meal allowances, expenses, and such other monetary issues as pension plans have increased over the decades.
Winner of numerous industry awards for excellence and innovation, Burk Technology's solutions manage and protect critical assets for corporate, government and military customers worldwide.
Burk retaliated by suing CNN for issuing the aforementioned statements against him.
Samuel, who is 5-foot-9 and weighs 195 pounds, abducted Burk about an hour later as she was about to get into her parked car near Wilshire Boulevard and Wilshire Place.
However, as Burk brilliantly shows, academic work was only half of Taylor's professional career, and not the most remunerative half.
PHOTO : TEI President Bill Burk, and Rob Leonard, Chief Counsel and Staff Director of the House
Burk is at her worst, physically and emotionally, but her character softens as she becomes fully functional and external forces begin to threaten her research and her life.
Burk said she survived by spending the nights in a treehouse or deer stand, WLEX reported.
Burk, a retired Navy Supply Corps officer, joined the Navy in 1987 when she was commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps program at the University of Michigan.
Wireless, over-the-air content delivery provider GatesAir has entered a new partnership with monitoring and control equipment maker Burk Technology.