Kok


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Kok


n.
Wim, born 1938, premier of the Netherlands since 1994.
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I informed them that they little knew me-- I was not a small child--I understood every word in the language-- that I had read a couple of Paul de Kok's novels two years since on purpose, so as to know all about everything.
With her LUF grant, Kok wants to generate high-quality data to build a mathematical model that can recognize the onset of the disease and predict its course.
Meanwhile, Kok said the government, through the Attorney General's Chambers, was preparing to raise the issue of European countries' refusal to import Malaysia's palm oil at the World Trade Organisation.
Kok expressed interest in establishing cooperation with major Uzbek exporters and expressed readiness to provide comprehensive support for the entry of Uzbek products into the Malaysian market.
Kok said the ministry has dispatched a team to Brussels, Belgium, to formally present the country's position to the European Commission.
Prince Faisal and Kok marked Turkish National Day by cutting a cake.
Ambassador Kok is a foodie and enjoys Filipino cuisine.
Kangra (Himachal Pradesh), [India], Oct 23 ( ANI ): Kok Choonk Na, a paraglider of Singaporean descent who was missing since yesterday was found dead on Tuesday in Bir Billing hills of Kangra valley.
The firm, who cannot be named for legal reasons, wanted to advertise encrypted phones on Kok's popular crime website Vlinderscrime.
Kok said the investigators examined the history of the pilot and the first officer, and they were satisfied with their background and training and mental health.