yark

yark

(jɑːk)
vb (tr)
archaic or dialect to make ready
[Old English]
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When the Yark accidently eats a very nasty boy, the kindness of a girl named Madeleine just might change his outlook for good.
Hamadeh later chaired the first meeting of the steering committee which he formed a per the loan agreement with the World Bank, in presence of the members of the committee including Ministry of Education General Director Fadi Yark, Head of the Educational Center for Research and Development Nada Aweigan, Director of Secondary Education Jamal Baghdadi, Director of the Comprehensive Education Program, Sonia Khoury, and the Minister's advisors Anwar Daw and Ghassan Shukroun.
He said Nazir Pehlwan Bagwani will face Murtaza Pehlwan Kachi of Okara, Rehmat Ullah Yark will fight against Abbas of Laya.
ISLAMABAD -- The federal government has allocated Rs 38 billion for the construction of Hakla on M-1 to Yark, Dera Ismail Khan motorway under its Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) 2017-18.
Peter HW, John MG, Janice PD (2013) The Laboratory features of chronic, accelerated phases and blast crises of CML, Neo-plastic diseases of the blood; springer science-business malls publication new yark 5th ed.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of poly carbonate globe of size 12 dia for Yark Place Gole and Children Park.
DiGangi, Jenkin'S Quantitative Pharmaceutical Chemistry, New Yark, McGraw Hill Book Co.
Emotional intelligence: what is emotional intelligence The New Yark Company.
The Mammals of Pakistan Oxford University Press New Yark.
Selzer, (eds), New Essays on the African American Novel: From Hurston and Ellison to Morrison and Whitehead (New Yark, 2008).