Craker


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Crak´er


n.1.One who boasts; a braggart.
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by JAMIE CRAKER FORMER footballer Francis Benali defied medical advice to finish a fifth ironman triathlon in seven days and raise more than PS956,000 for charity.
Collection of wild plants is generally practiced at the rural areas of countries with relatively low-income level or countries hosting large disadvantaged social groups such as Nepal, Mexico, Turkey, Albania, and Bulgaria (CRAKER & SIMON, 2004).
Compiled and edited by Lorilee Craker, in the pages of "Homespun" we all get to hear some of them.
Craker, "Cornelian cherry: a prospective source for phytomedicine.
On the surface one would probably figure he coached more than four individual state cross country champions than Ron Craker (1975), Jim White (1984), Sage (1999) and Sean McNamara (2004).
MAPS is backing one of the would-be marijuana producers, University of Massachusetts at Amherst plant scientist Lyle Craker, who also was involved in the organization's earlier attempt to break the NIDA monopoly.
It was quickly clear that combining efforts would provide substantial benefits and move us all toward the objective of a grower-controlled, independent data storage repository," says ADC President Ben Craker.
Craker. The Scientific Literature on Selected Herbs, and Aromatic and Medicinal Plants of the Temperate Zone.
Oscar nominated, multi Grammy-nominated producer of soundtracks, classical and jazz recordings and former Senior Vice President of Sony BMG Masterworks, Christopher Craker was a part of the lineup at the Post Production Hub, as well as award winning sound designer and composer of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Hobbit, King Kong, Dave Whitehead.
"We have some exciting collaborations with Broadway Lodge and Karma Studio's Chris Craker and working with Louie is inspiring.
After Portland State got on the board with an RBI double by Kortney Craker, the Ducks tacked on two more runs via sacrifice flies.