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dacks

(dæks)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) Austral another word for daks
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The Dacks played for Durham Cestria in this season's North East Regional Women's League Northern Division, managed by their father.
My stepmother's blue-black hair flashes ahead of me, the vaccine scar on her bare arm, the thin bar of flesh above her low-slung tracky dacks.
Among the performers on Saturday night will be Carmine Chorus, the U3A (University of the Third Age) Choir which was set up in Llandudno three years ago by Lisa Dacks to give an opportunity for semi-retired or retired people to develop their interests, make friends and enjoy themselves.
Finally, researchers have long been interested in the political and constitutional maturation of the Canadian North, with a particular focus on how devolution has transformed the territories into quasi-provinces with significant powers and resources (Cameron and Campbell, 2009; Dacks, 1990; McArthur, 2009; White, 2009; Alcantara, 2012).
Although some research on this topic exists (Hull 2001; Dacks 2004; Shepherd 2010), more systematic and comparative empirical research is needed to uncover how different financial arrangements affect Indigenous self-government in Canada.
As Gurston Dacks noted, the role that Indigenous peoples played in the defeat of the Meech Lake Accord compelled first ministers to include Indigenous participants in the negotiation of what came to be known by August 1992 as the "Charlottetown Accord", which in turn led to several breakthroughs for Indigenous peoples.
Olson for identifying insects, Andrew Dacks for critically reading this manuscript, and members of the Hildebrand laboratory for helpful discussions.
A diferencia de otras iniciativas comparables a nivel mundial, como los dacks de Londres, el Guggenheim es un ornamento controlado por la politica y no por el mercado, con lo que se logra dotar a las instituciones de mayor capacidad de intervencion en la ciudad y es el ejemplo de una nueva tendencia de innovacion en las ciudades basada en la cultura, que logra involucrar al ciudadano que resulta ser el principal beneficiario.
But Dacks suggests that because all the proteins on one organelle must function together, a change in even one protein could be enough to send the whole compartment off in a new evolutionary direction.
The authors thank Dr Yan Boucher and Dr Joel Dacks for their translation help.
Available at Paul Mitchell hair salons including Gary Hedley, Regis and Sherlock's in Newcastle and Jobi of Hexham Walnut of Prudhoe and Dacks of Washington.
John Ziozis, Linon Home Decor, left; and Rachel Dacks, Ryan McCoy and Jim Wilson, all with Target.