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Kirk

(kĭrk),
Norman Thomas, U.S. Army surgeon, 1888-1960. See: Kirk amputation.
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The press release and Kirk's 17 October 1972 letter are in the Kirk Papers--in the file 'Race Relations: 1973 South African Rugby Tour' (R23935489)--at Archives New Zealand.
The file 'Overseas Messages of Condolence' (R24081911) in the Kirk Papers at Archives New Zealand has a copy; along with many other messages, of which Pierre Trudeau and Gough Whitlam provided fine statements.
Of the five concepts which the Kirks are currently toying with, Mr Kirk revealed that around three will go into the prototype stage, with two, or even just one, being launched at Mido.
More generally, Margaret Hayward's Diary of the Kirk Years (1981) and John Dunmore's Norman Kirk: A Portrait (1972) are the foremost sources for constructing a portrait of Kirk before he became prime minister.
That the Kirk brand is still vital and vibrant is a story-line I develop in my forthcoming book and which will be to the fore in the articles on Lange, Bolger and Clark to appear in this journal.
The Kirks are informing the RSPCA about Felix's rescue and once they have been given a log number, a vet will be able to give the feline a full health check.
The Kirks are keen to trace Felix's owners - but if no-one comes forward they have not ruled out keeping him.
The Picards and the Kirks of the world tended to take meeting alien races for granted,'' Berman adds.