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meck

(mɛk)
n
(Currencies) dialect Northeast Scot a variant of maik
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"I wanted to come in with a positive attitude today and everyone wanted to bowl as a team and not just as individuals," Meck said.
Based on the letters exchanged between Russian music composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky and his muse/patroness Nadezhda von Meck for 13 years, this beautiful, intimate production was the very first Royal Opera production to show in the Arab world.
Depomed said it has provided Meck with a license to certain Depomed's patents directed to metformin extended release technology for JANUMET XR, pursuant to the terms of the license agreement signed with Merck in 2009.
What is the meaning of the Greek prefix called Madame von Meck, whom he never met?
In February 1988, a ceiling fan fell on Meck's head.
"People may say that Twitter is useless, but here on the local level it's affecting real change for real people," says Ben Meck, organiser of the Twestival New York.
Then came Thunder In My Heart, remixed by Meck, a dance DJ who stumbled across the record in an LA store.
Meck Abuyen and Junjun Esperida also had fine efforts, scoring 595 and 570 pins, respectively.
In February 2006, he made a surprise return to number one in the UK singles chart, with Meck''s remix of Thunder In My Heart.
Across two CD's are tracks from Vandalism, Chris Lake, Meck, D Ramirez, Dubfire, Funkagenda and Deadmau5.