Shak


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Shak.

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References in classic literature ?
* Some star which, from the ruin'd roof Of shak'd Olympus, by mischance, did fall.
Give us thee hond, mun; I'm darned but I must shak thee by the hond for thot.--Gotten him at thy loodgin'?'
The decision - which only gave him temporary permission for another 12 months - resulted in less money for SHAK and worries that he could be stopped altogether.
"We do not help the community to be rewarded, but it is fantastic to be recognised by local businessmen like Shak Shah."
The decision, giving him temporary permission for 12 months, has resulted in less money for SHAK, and a fear his activities could be stopped all together in December.
Tickets for the bash will be on sale from Snak Shak once work on the renovation is completed.
52MINS: Fernandinho (midfielder) for Shak Donetsk (Champs Lge)
Paula Minary, (Volunteer with SHAK), Alnwick, Northumberland
Birkby Rose Hill Cricket Club has teamed up with local businessman Shak Shah who has kindly offered to fund their new kits.
Mike Galloway, Pictured right - who was capped by Scotland in the 1990s - is doing regular volunteer work with Bedlington-based Safe Homes and Kindness (SHAK), which rescues and cares for large and aggressive animals which would otherwise be put down.
With 15 Harlequin restaurants, including the new Ashoka Shak chain, Harlequin are now the largest and most popular Indian restaurant group in the UK.