raik

raik

(reɪk)
n
1. a route, a journey
2. (Agriculture) agriculture the area or route livestock use or follow for grazing
vb (intr)
to wander, to journey
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Other city sites which have been added in the last month include traditional fish houses on the city's Raik Road, Russell Road and Palmerston Road.
Other outstanding works which should be mentioned here are those by Raik (1967), where the index of continentality was used and Karing (1992), where the sum of active temperatures was applied.
(16) According to Raik, it is precisely the dominating principles of enlargement, such as efficiency and expertise, that have imposed significant constraints on democratic politics in the candidate countries by narrowing down the playing field of the accession process in Central and Eastern Europe to a small sphere of elites.
Raik, "Ultrasonic acceleration of ester hydrolyses," Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, vol.
Raik, "The method of projections for finding the common point of convex sets," USSR Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, vol.
LASBELA -- The Lasbela police on Tuesday arrested suspected murders of a couple repotedly due to love marrrige in Raik area of Bela Tehsil.
(1927) 'The Raik Dinka of the Bahr El Ghazal Province', Sudan Notes and Records 10: 159-209.
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[4], Gubin, Polyak and Raik [22], Martinez [27], Appleby and Smolarski [1] and Censor [6].