Turck

Türck

(tērk),
Ludwig, Austro-Hungarian neurologist, 1810-1868. See: Türck bundle, Türck column, Türck degeneration, Türck tract.
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It was the commander of a Chinese man-of-war who received a copy of the edict of 1972 from the hand of my illustrious ancestor, Admiral Turck, on one hundred seventy-five, two hundred and six years ago, and from the yellowed pages of the admiral's diary I learned that the fate of the Philippines was even then presaged by these Chinese naval officers.
My name is Jefferson Turck. I am a lieutenant in the navy--in the great Pan-American navy, the only navy which now exists in all the world.
"When Lieutenant Turck crosses thirty," he said, "we shall all cross with him, and God help the officer or the man who reproaches him!"
"The regulations are explicit, and if the Coldwater crosses thirty it devolves upon you to place Lieutenant Turck under arrest and immediately exert every endeavor to bring the ship back into Pan-American waters."
And then he saluted me, and strode from the bridge, a martyr to loyalty and friendship, for, though no man might know that Lieutenant Jefferson Turck had taken his ship across thirty, every man aboard would know that the first officer had committed a crime that was punishable by both degradation and death.
Every generation of Turcks for over two centuries has been represented in the navy.
Like Turck, a growing number of pool and spa outlets find success with ancillary products such as saunas, outdoor stereos, barbecues and patio furniture.
Marvin Turck said at the annual meeting of the National Medical Association.
Kris Marubio, Autonomy's marketing VP, suggests "figuring out exactly what your company wants to achieve." TripleHop's president and COO, Mathias Turck, pointed out numerous studies showing that employees waste 25% or more of their time looking for information or recreating what already exists somewhere else.
From an October email exchange between Holger Turck and EMI Music in Germany.
He was 42-year-old Ronald Turck, an airline captain with Stansted-based Ford Air.
Why you should care: Turck claims that its NF sensors will reliably detect aluminum, brass and copper and other non-ferrous material while ignoring cold rolled steel or stainless steel present in the same environment.