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firk

(fɜːk)
n
(Dancing) a dance
vb
to dance about, friskto beat, whipto spur onwards, drive onwards or away, hastento carry, lead onwards
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The majority of respondents had completed secondary school (63%) and reported household income up to FIRK 8,500.
20 Warwickshire phrases 20 Warwickshire phrases Apricock - Apricot Bloodboltered - Covered in blood Caggie-handed - Left-handed De Di - Ice Cream Englut - Eat greedily Fadge - To suit Fap - Drunk Firk - Reprimand / scold Honey-stalks - Clover Intpinse - Mess, confusion, tangle Ronvon - Derisive word for a woman Knap - To hit Mammock - To break or tear Ninny - A fool or nincompoop Puttock - A kite Ronvon - Derisive word for a woman Rheumy - Moist Swinge-buckler - A bully Unpregnant - Inane Wall-eyed - Shocked Zany - Crazy buffoonery
In Dekker's play the journeyman Firk mocks the Dutch accent of the disguised aristocrat Rowland Lacy.
The crisis was caused by just two people, Jay Gould and James Firk, who tried to corner the gold market on the New York gold Exchange.
He says FIRK Gang, the crew of classmates from junior college he runs with, counts 16 members, including rappers, videographers and friends.
But he was determined to reclaim his lost properties with his band of brothers, headed by Firk, who brought cudgels and weapons to confront the newlyweds-to-be at St.
Esta tecnica, utilizada isoladamente, e geralmente ineficiente, recomendando-se a associacao com tecnologias mais eficazes para deteccao de estro (KASTELIC, 2001; FIRK et al.
the English audience, though Firk does enjoy mocking his Dutch comrade
Firk amparado en el apoyo de su gran amigo William Harridge de la Liga Americana y del Comisionado del Beisbol, Kenesaw Mountain Landis y, de contribuciones de todas partes del mundo dieron pies a la realizacion de este sueno deportivo americano.