yark

yark

(jɑːk)
vb (tr)
archaic or dialect to make ready
[Old English]
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Tenders are invited for Purchase of poly carbonate globe of size 12 dia for Yark Place Gole and Children Park.
According to police sources, the Dera Ismail Khanbound van was coming from Peshawar and while overtaking another vehicle it ploughed into the pickup which was parked to disembark passengers on BannuDIK Road near Giloti within jurisdiction of Yark police station.
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According to police, the first incident took place in Yark Police Station area when unidentified armed men opened fire on a marriage party.
The signature ceremony took place in the presence of Education Ministry Director General, Fadi Yark, and representatives of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland.
Taliban spokesman Qari Yousuf Ahmadi claimed that 10 policemen, including two officers Mir Hamza and Yark, were killed, while an officer Abdul Qadoos wounded in that blast.
Haha, seriously Andrew Bynum do something with that nonsense," Yark Barker wrote.
A recent New Yark Times article (June 18, 2012) cited Paul Taylor, evp, the Pew Research Center in Washington D.
Meanwhile, former Togo coach Tchanile Bana - who was banned for his role as the organiser behind the scandal - is now "on the run", said Col Damehane Yark, commander of the Togolese National Paramilitary Gendarmerie.
10 -- At least three children were injured including brother and sister in toy bomb explosion in the jurisdiction of Police Station Dera Yark, said police.
Colonel Damehane Yark, a spokesman for a special election commando unit, said the roads leading to the party's office were being blocked to prevent opposition supporters from marching and disrupting traffic on the main boulevards.
1987, "Heat pipes: Construction and application a study of patents and patent applications", Elsevier Applied Science, New Yark.