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meck

(mɛk)
n
(Currencies) dialect Northeast Scot a variant of maik
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Jenica Baron (Barrington) 1,197, 40 Lilly Meck (Schaumburg) 1,172, 46.
No seria trivial afirmar que todo lo que Tchaikovsky anhelaba de la vida, Madame von Meck lo tenia a flor de piel: comprension, ternura a manos llenas, juicio, intuicion.
Su Meck had been in her kitchen that evening, making macaroni and cheese.
We decided we have to come out strong and go at them," Meck said.
The funerary complex at Munich--Riem (p56) by Andreas Meck and Stephan Koppel is a distinguished addition to the modern northern European tradition of buildings that honour rites of passage with quiteness and thoughtfulness.
In one form or another it has probably been going on for 15 or 20 years," said Jacquie Meck, co-owner of TLP Communications Inc.
The production features Maddy Kerr as Antonina, Tchaikovsky's wife of three months, and Elspeth Dales von Meck plays the composer's partroness.
Empire State anglers will enjoy seven New York streams chosen by Meck, his son Bryan and friend D.
Poor Spessivtseva, practically roped by her Secret Police Agent in several knock-down-drog-out duets; poor Nadezhda von Meck, Tchaikovsky's ever-generous patroness, stalking him like a vampire in perpetual contraction; poor Antonina Milyukova, Tchaikovsky's scorned, flirtatious wife, sullying the conjugal bed with lovers, a "Slave," as the program puts it, "to her vile passions.
The investigators had trained the rats to recognize specific intervals of time by giving them food only when they pressed a lever after a certain period had passed, explains Warren Meck, who headed the research group.
Perspectives in Deafness: A Selected Bibliography of the Literature (Norton & Kovalik 1991), Employment of Deaf Persons: An Annotated Bibliography (Kovalik, 1991), and Deafness: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide to Basic Materials (Kovalik, Norton & Meck, 1992) are substantial annotated guides to literature in the field of deaf studies.
The MECK is born from publisher Sara Abrams' view as a newcomer to Charlotte, a city she has fallen in love with.