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birk

 (bûrk)
n. Scots
Birch.

[Middle English, from Old English birce; see birch.]

birk

(bɪrk; bɜːk)
n
1. a birch tree
2. (Forestry) (plural) a birch wood
adj
consisting or made of birch
[C14: from Old Norse; compare birch]
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Police were called when Aimee Birke, 16, suffered abuse online after a gang of boys invited her to a group chat.
Tricky Trivia Party Games" is a 60 page compilation of game-worthy trivia assembled by author, folklorist, historian, dramatist and magician Birke Duncan.
For this second installment in IA's series on generational differences, we asked financial planning industry gurus Kol Birke, Angie Herbers, Michael Kitces and Cam Marston how advisors can "think Generation X" to reach this smart but cynical cohort.
A corporalidade humana, especialmente a corporalidade feminina, esta tao fortemente associada a natureza no pensamento ocidental, que nao e de surpreender que o feminismo tenha sido assombrado nao so pelo fantasma da natureza como repositorio do essencialismo, mas, tambem, nas palavras de Lynda BIRKE (1999), pelo 'espectro da biologia' (p.
We are grateful for his many contributions and are glad to have the chance to thank him for his service next week" at a large meeting, said Erica Birke of Fidelity's communications team.
But aside from Huppert, "Elle" could be considered for the script by David Birke and direction by Paul Verhoeven, who continues to defy expectations.
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It's as if her creators--Verhoeven and screenwriter David Birke, following Philippe Djian, who wrote the novel on which the film is based--hoped that by assigning a surfeit of specificity to this powerful woman of a certain age they might avoid any distasteful political or philosophical generalities with respect to women or rape.
Martin Birke of Genre Peak is an electronic-percussionist and composer whose background includes independent filmscore, many recordings with various groups, a former composer for The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theadive and Complexions Ballet Co.
Animals and humans learn and perform relations with one another through "communities of practice" (see Birke and Brandt, 2009 and Collard, 2012 both citing Paechter, 2003, 2006).
These include the addition of Dr Lynda Birke as Visiting Professor - an acclaimed scientist and author who has been breaking new ground in biological research for more than 30 years - and the introduction of PS1,000 excellence scholarships.
Aunque se consulto un gran numero de autores a lo largo del proceso de investigacion, los mas relevantes son Hortal (2002), Aluja y Birke (2004) y Beauchamp y Childress (2001 y 2013).