BIRK


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AcronymDefinition
BIRKBudget Investeringen Ruimtelijke Kwaliteit (Dutch)
BIRKBaculovirus Insulin Receptor Kinase
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BMX has been my life -- so to be able to do something in a career that I'm passionate about, makes me happy," said Birk.
Birk and his team studied the defective gene among myopic members of the tribe and found that LEPREL1 encodes an enzyme that is essential for the final modification of collagen in the eye.
Birk is experiencing what research on 3,000 Inner-City Arts students has shown: Children who make art and perform music and theater improve their skills and comprehension in math, reading, writing and other fields of study.
In 1893, Charles Wacker of Wacker & Birk assisted Louis Glunz in becoming a bottler of Schlitz Beer for the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, which marked the beginning of a distributorship with the Milwaukee brewery.
Then Birk came bounding out of the forest like a rat on crack.
Some of these projects had been kicked around for over 10 years," says Mia Birk, Portland's bicycle program coordinator.
We've found that black-owned stations believe profoundly such action is part of their mission," says Thomas Birk, one of the co-authors of the survey.
Roger Birk played the perfect "operation guy" to David Maxwell's role as "architect" of policy.
NYSE: AVT) General Counsel and Senior Vice President David Birk has been recognized as one of Arizona's "most influential" attorneys by Arizona Business Magazine.
Brian Birk, a managing partner at Sun Mountain Capital, said that the current number of organizations focused on companies looking for smaller, investments is nonexistent.
27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Bowl Champion Matt Birk has teamed up with leadership guru Rich Chapman to publish " All-Pro Wisdom: The 7 Choices That Lead to Greatness.
Even the A171 Moor Road came to a standstill with Birk Brow closed," he said.