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calk

(kôk)
n.
1. A pointed extension on the toe or heels of a horseshoe, designed to prevent slipping.
2. A spiked plate that is fixed on the bottom of a shoe to prevent slipping and preserve the sole.

calk v.
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Sweeney Jr., head of New York's FBI office, said Calk "went to great lengths to avoid banking violations in an attempt to secure a senior position in a presidential administration."
"VA loans are some of the best-performing loans in any portfolio over time," says Calk. "The simple fact of the matter is, the character of the veterans is such that they make their mortgage payments."
Most recently, Calk has served as vice president of Chemicals for Nexeo Solutions.
It may result from a calk wound, neglected corn, gravel, or nail puncture.
If this has happened to your home and the crack you're trying to repair is 6mm wide or less, simply clean it out with a brush and then fill it with 50-year silicone calk that you can paint over.
Bobby Guy, Jeff Calk, and Wes Shofner are partners in the law firm of Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP, headquartered in Nashville, TN.
L Hewitt (Aus) bt F Gonzalez (Chile) 6-2 6-1, M Mirnyi (Bel) bt S Sargsian (Arm) 6-7 7-6 6-1, T Calk (Cze) bt J Bjorkman (Swe) 7-6 7-6.
One is called the Calk Collection, named after William Calk, a pioneer who painstakingly kept a journal as he "broke his way through the raw wilderness."
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Former skipper Lorenzo Amoruso is likely to miss the Kilmarnock game today with a calk injury while Mikel Arteta is also a doubt.
"A very elegant, high-class establishment" is what one critic calk Donald Trump's first casino venture in Atlantic City.
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