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suk

(suk, ʃuk)

n.
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Ji Suk Yi, best known for her seven years as a featured personality on "Windy City Live," has been hired as a regular contributor to Steve Cochran's morning show on WGN 720-AM, Robert Feder writes.
"The impact of the sanctions doesn't appear to have spilled over into the market yet, but there is a possibility that North Korea may suffer further setbacks in production, trade and consumption, sharply aggravating the welfare of economic actors," Suk was quoted by Yonhap news agency as saying.
"Once more the trustees of the Nuneaton Foodbank would like to thank both Suk and Manjit for their continued practical support for our work" said David Stanier, a foodbank trustee.
The Vienna premiere of the piece was conducted in 1910 by Oskar Nedbal (1874-1930), Suk's fellow student in Dvorak's composition class at the Prague Conservatory.
Mark Lamb, Moore Stephens; Darren Ruane, Investec Wealth and Investment; Suk Aulak, Moore Stephens
In diesem Artikel wird entsprechend der Frage nachgegangen: In welchen Handlungsfeldern(HF) konnen SUK einen wesentli-chen Beitrag zum Erreichen des Ziels einer dezentralen Energie-versorgung mit EE leisten?
"W" follows the story of Kang Chul (Lee Jong Suk), a comic book character who discovers the truth about his existence when he gets saved by a female doctor from the real world, Oh Yeon Joo (Han Hyo Joo).
I changed both of their diapers," Suk said of the budding dictator.
The Prime Minister thanked Young Suk Kim for launching the project on processing of medicinal herbs and development of greenhouses in Kyrgyzstan.
Josef Suk is arguably better known through his compositional studies with Dvor[sz]k and the later marriage of Dvor[sz]k's eldest daughter.
14 December 2011 - Canadian privately-owned pharmaceutical firm Medical Futures Inc said on Tuesday it had appointed industry veteran John Suk to serve on its board.
Josef Suk, the internationally renowned Czech violinist and violist who died last week at age 81, was disappointed in 1993 when he had to cancel a performance at Mechanics Hall in Worcester due to illness.