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loke

(ləʊk)
n
a small lane
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The Transport Ministry is studying a new initiative including using the existing information and technology system to process Motor Vehicle Licence (road tax) in the country which is allegedly suffering from leakages, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
According to Nikki Loke, Viddsee's head of content, the local short filmmaking scene 'has grown in many ways-rapidly, competitively and positively.'
Their Loke jacket comes in 10 colours for women and 16 for men.
Yoon Kong Loke of the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England.
Loke and his colleagues' findings sharply, noting that meta-analyses of observational data are generally discouraged because they have been shown to produce "very precise but equally spurious" results that are seldom replicated in randomized trials.
"The idea for treating colitis with worms is not new, but how this therapy might work remains unclear," says the study's senior corresponding author, P'ng Loke, assistant professor of medical parasitology at NYU Langone Medical Center.
Swedish shipping company Rederi AB Transatlantic (LSE:CNE) (Stockholm:RABT-B) has received Loke Viking, the first new-build in a series of four AHTS vessels last week, it stated on Thursday.
But Pam Loke, 50, from Seacombe, said she watched her mother die an agonising death from the infection during that time.
Loke (computer science and computer engineering, La Trobe U., Melbourne) introduces a new breed of computer applications that crosses awareness of surroundings with the pervasiveness provided by worn or embedded devices.
Her grandfather Loke Yew came to Singapore as a penniless 13-year-old from southern China.