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Burk

(berk),
Dean, 20th-century U.S. scientist. See: Lineweaver-Burk equation, Lineweaver-Burk plot.
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The intent of this study was to develop a new treatment for egg allergy because we really have no treatment now, other than avoidance," said Burks.
Burks wrote that Austin was 6 feet tall with a medium build and "extensive scabbing and open sores on his face," as well as numerous tattoos on his arms and body.
The court thus concluded that the MTC appraisal did not contain competent evidence of the property's value and that Burks was entitled to a new trial.
For Burks, Stuart Seymour's letters provide further evidence of how a woman might use the images of violation found in Protestant martyrology to argue for the return of her title and property, language that Burks finds Jacobean MPs using as well.
Stanley JS, King N, Burks AW, Huang SK, Sampson H, Cockrell G, et al.
The most common food allergens are milk, egg, peanut, wheat, soy, shellfish, fish and tree nuts, says Wesley Burks, MD, professor of pediatrics and president of the Arkansas Children's Hospital Research Foundation.
Benton's shop saw an increase in business, and Runnion hired Burks as a disc jockey and expanded his time on the air.
We are pleased to have such a well-known and respected distributor as Burks in this key geographic region," said James P Yosh Jr.
People do business with people they like and people like people who listen," says Burks, who offers the following tips on becoming a better listener.
The highest inflation figures are offered by Burks, who sees price levels slowly increasing over the next two to three years.
Burks often addresses MS groups, soliciting their cooperation in donating brain tissue.
DALLAS -- Maestro, a Dallas-based company specializing in personal branded concierge programs, has named Alan Burks as vice president of business development.