Bok


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Bok

(bɒk)
n
(Rugby) South African short for Springbok
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It is said that Bok brought home more meat than any of the two best hunters, that with his own hands he attended to the division of it, that with his own eyes he saw to it that the least old woman and the last old man received fair share.
As I say, though Bok be dead because he hunted over-keenly, it is just that I, who am his son, and that Ikeega, who is my mother and was his wife, should have meat in plenty so long as there be meat in plenty in the tribe.
Keesh and his mother moved into it, and it was the first prosperity she had enjoyed since the death of Bok.
From the eastern edge of San Bernardino to the Chino Valley, bok choy has become the most valuable vegetable in the county.
While the benefits may seem easy and immediate, Bok argues that the long-term costs of commercialization may steer higher education in a direction that it does not wish to go.
The 50-year-old Bok is also syndicated, bringing his 'toons to rags such as the Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and Reason Online (reason.
As a basis for their study, Bowen and Bok constructed an important new database involving more than 45,000 students from the entering classes of 1976 and 1989 at 28 selective universities.
When picking the bok choy, look for nice green outside leaves and a firm white base.
BOK officials say they will not change the management structure at First Texas Bank because of the bank's past performance.
As a result," Hester explains, "the lifetimes of the EGGs subjected to photo-evaporation are fairly short as compared with most objects normally referred to as Bok globules.
At BOK Financial, we don't just sell companies retirement plans that they then hand over to their employees.
The National Assembly's finance committee will approve the nomination for the appointment of the BOK chief by the end of this month.