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Burk

(berk),
Dean, 20th-century U.S. scientist. See: Lineweaver-Burk equation, Lineweaver-Burk plot.
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Unwilling to take no for an answer, Burks wrangled a number for the young man's mother out of one of the nurses, then called.
In addition to leading Partpic, Burks also serves as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Google for Diversity Markets.
The roots of vengeance and fears come alive within the framework of Burks and his grandson's conversations and interactions: "His eyes didn't leave his grandson's face.
There are too many side effects that we don't really understand, and it could be dangerous if it was done by a family in a home," said Burks.
The witness later told police that the seized knife was the same one he had seen, Burks wrote.
On appeal, Burks argued that the MTC's appraiser erred by mixing the cost approach and the sales comparison approach, and by using sales that were not comparable to the subject property.
A playwright himself, Foxe's Protestant polemic shares many characteristics of the drama, the tyrant play in particular, and Burks argues that many of the moments are consciously theatrical and interested in representing the spectacle of the horror visited on innocent victims.
Burks Green, which provides architectural and engineering advice to the property and infrastructure development sectors, is one of the UK's leading integrated architectural and engineering practices.
Neecey's Lullaby by Cris Burks Harlem Moon/Broadway Books, March 2006 $12.
Jeremy Burks has been named global industry executive director for Dow Corning's paper and process industries, including textiles.
Rotala rotundifolia turned up uninvited last year in a northern Alabama pond, and it's moving into Florida canals, according to Kathleen Burks of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in Tallahassee.