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drack

(dræk) or

drac

adj
slang Austral (esp of a woman) unattractive
[perhaps from Dracula's Daughter]
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Saraya Bandar Jissah recently awarded the tender for designing and constructing a Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to Drack and Scull International, while the consultation for the plant has been given to KEO International Consultants.
Recent literature on cross-listing in emerging stock markets show how a shift from market segmentation toward integration improves domestic market liquidity for cross-listed stocks (Divecha, Drack, and Stefek, 1992; Domowitz, Glen, and Madhavan, 1998; Errunza, Hogan, and Hung, 1998).
Drack said that aluminum has established a lasting position in major markets such as packaging and transportation.
Susan Drack has joined Western Sierra Bank (NASDAQ: WSBA) as Senior Vice President in charge of new business development for the Sacramento office.