n.1.A flake; a thread or twist.
Little long fleaks or threads of hemp.
- Dr. H. More.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Anyway, you heap better for Linee than one Mlaxon's fleaks," he concluded, turning toward Bulan.
All fleaks. You ought to know, Mlaxon, lat you no can makee a Blulan."
But the day's most confrontational exchange came during the testimony of coroner's investigator Elissa Fleak. Murray's attorney, Ed Chernoff, mounted the defense team's most forceful challenge since the trial began in Los Angeles on Sept.
And Los Angeles County Coroner's investigator Elissa Fleak detailed the huge stash of pills, prescription drugs and medical equipment she found in Jackson's bedroom.
Los Angeles County coroner's investigator Elissa Fleak described the stash of pills, prescription drugs and medical equipment she found in Jackson's bedroom.
The LA County Coroner's official Elissa Fleak, who first rummaged through the pop star's drawers and closets found a mixture of heavy sedatives and a bag full of Propofol vials in Jackson's bedroom.
Coroner's investigator Elissa Fleak said nine bottles were discovered in a bag labelled "baby essentials" in a closet.
Fleak, PhD, CPA, is a professor of accounting, all at Truman State University, Kirksville, Mo.
Fleak, Case Note, Contribution to Inaction: Interpreting CERCLA to Encourage, Rather than Discourage, Hazardous Waste Clean-Up, 11 MO.
2, 1919, in Saskatchewan to Halver and Ruth Fleak Rose.
Fleak, Romine, and Gilchrist (2003) explained that tenure severely impacts a change in the behavioral performance of professors.
Once we understand that the word was regularly used to describe a coppice wood, we can relate it to other words, such as cordwood, fleak, hagg and plain, that open up the history of woodland management.