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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Rector of the academy,Katri Raik, said, "The Academy of Security Sciences has been operating in Tallinn already for years in Soviet-era buildings with lacking functionality, which are big, expensive to maintain and some even at a risk of collapsing,".
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According to Raik, the EU regulation on financing civil society "imposes tight financial control with auditing rules that are far stricter than the usual standards in both the public and private sector and the extensive and complicated reporting requirements pose a further extra burden on recipients of aid.