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Funk

(fŭngk, fōōngk), Casimir 1884-1967.
Polish-born American biochemist whose research of deficiency diseases led to the discovery of vitamins, which he named in 1912.
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"The Express Clydesdales have been the source of great pride and enjoyment in my life," Funk said.
Funk has been open for almost five years in Emmaus and three years in Elizabethtown.
75 (1998), it is difficult to think of a more obvious and credible expression of sexual interest than Trent's repeated proposals of sexual activity and sexualized touching of Funk. Notably, Trent did not behave similarly toward women.
Uptown Funk then went from being salon-based to a "mobile makeover service".
Currently, Funk serves as the executive vice president and chief financial officer at the company.
Funk 'n' Feathers is the debut full-length CD of Mardi Gras Indian funk band Cha Wa.
DFDS Seaways and Jumpin' Hot Club have teamed up with the Hoochie Coochie Club for a special afternoon of funk and soul from 11am to 4pm on Sunday, November 15.