flacker

flacker

(ˈflækə)
vb
archaic dialect to flap (one's wings)
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Flag of Qatar - Photo courtesy of Flacker Photo Creative CAIRO--12 March 2018: Qatari tribe Al-Ghufran declared that 6,000 of its members were forcibly displaced after the Qatari regime deprived them of their Qatari nationality and their national rights.
The outcome of our study is similar to the result of the study implemented by Marcantonio, Flacker, Wright, and Resnick (2001) who carried out a study with geriatrics consultation as interventions for older hip-fracture repair patients (Marcantonio et al.
Maldonado (2008) argues there is a strong body of evidence, gathered through past experimental studies and clinical observations, which clearly demonstrates the link between the use of drugs with anti-cholinergic properties and a physical and mental impairment (Tune 2000 as cited in Maldonado 2008; Tune and Egeli 1999 as cited in Maldonaldo 2008; Flacker et al 1998 as cited in Maldonaldo 2008; Tune et al 1993 as cited in Maldonaldo 2008; Golinger et al 1987 as cited in Hopkins et al 1999; Innoye and Charpentier 1996 as cited in Innoye et al 1998).
Fred Goldberg, Jacob Goldin, Jacob Flacker, Henry Hansmann, Zach Liscow,
Flacker spaces, community-operated physical places where do-it-yourself electronics hobbyists can meet to work on their projects, have cropped up more or less spontaneously.
The pre hydrated guar splits are at a time sent by gravity to hopper of flacker that crushes the guar splits and uniformly moves it to the ultra fine grinder,which grinds the material without generating too much heat.
149) See, eg, Peyman v Lanjani [1985] 1 Ch 457, 501G (per Slade LJ); Glencore Grain Ltd v Flacker Shipping Ltd (The 'Happy Day') [2002] 2 Lloyd's Rep 487, [67] (per Potter LJ).
Mercantonio ER, Flacker JM, Wright RJ, Resnick NM 2001 Reducing delirium after hip fracture: a randomised trial Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 49 (5) 516-522
Flacker JM, Cummings V, Mach JR Jr, Bettin K, Kiely DK, Wei J, et al.
html>; Martin Flacker, "Mercury Taint Divides a Japanese Whaling Town" The New York Times (21 February 2008), online: <http://www.
To determine their risk of death, nursing home residents were assessed using the Flacker Mortality instrument, which assigns a score that translates into the chances of dying in the next year.