seik


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seik

(siːk)
adj
a Scot word for sick1
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The phenomenal transition of the construction industry to prefabricate manufacturing has also occurred in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and United Kingdom (Blismas, Wakefield 2009; Tam 2007; Tuan Seik 2001; Lovell, Smith 2010; Azman et al.
sudu 'smog' < suits + udu, toik 'fact' < tosi + seik).
Hiders and opens perceive themselves as having something in common in the sense of an inner, feminine mind/ heart ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] seik), but they diverge in outer appearance.
LAHORE, May 26 -- Universities all over the world have entered a race to be the best educational institutes and have expedited their research programmes to ensure their place in the list of the world's top universities, University of Malaya Professor Seik Weng Ng said in a meeting with Government College University Vice Chancellor Prof Khalid Aftab on Tuesday.
Kinsley (1958: 135) explained it from 'To seik fra Sterling to Stranaver' in Dunbar's satirical 'Of a Dance in the Quenis Chalmer', which certainly refers to Strathnaver, east of Cape Wrath in Sutherland.
OCTOBER 10-11: AGE MANAGEMENT SEMINAR FOR INTEGRATIVE CLINICIANS with Mark Houston, MD & Robert Seik, Pharm D.
Leonard's list ends with an upbeat statement: "Thair ar sum ma buikis in the Librarie, quhilk tyme culd not permitt to seik out.