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Jukes

(jūks),
The pseudonym for a celebrated family, most of whose members were social misfits, feebleminded, and degenerate. the subject of arguments for now discredited theories of genetic superiority.
See also: Kallikak.
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In publishing its report, the Sunday Mercury did not intend to suggest there had been any illegality on the part of ACN or Mr Jukes and we are very happy to con-firm that that remains its position.
This fluid movement is complimented by very pronounced and robust wheel forms that not only provide a mechanical accent but also emphasize the wheel-oriented DNA of Juke.
Inside, Juke features a high-gloss centre console inspired by a motorcycle fuel tank.
The only way to understand the reality of a world on the move is to look for global trends," Dr Jukes said.
However, it was for his ability to spot footballing talent that Jukes really left his mark.
Jukes had also been a coach in the Valley Christian Athletic Association.
In total, Sunderland took on 1,400 people in the last 12 months to manage demand for the products built there, including the Qashqai, Juke, new Note and Leaf.
The new special edition Ministry Of Sound Nissan Juke is the result of a collaboration between the car marque and the world-famous clubbing brand.
This culminated, he said, on April 21 last year when Mr Jukes was punched.
Mr Jukes was driving along the A66 when he found there was a road block and he turned off up a lane to East Layton.
Magistrates warned Tracy Jukes they had considered locking her up for sinking her teeth into the officer's shin in a drunken rage.
May 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Author and thinker Ian Jukes told educators at a National Network of Digital Schools conference they and their schools are at risk if they hold onto outdated ideas and methods of teaching when knowledge technology is changing at an exponential rate.