ARKS


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AcronymDefinition
ARKSArkose (lithological term)
ARKSAssociation of Racing Kart Schools (Grays, England, UK)
ARKSAnimal Record Keeping System (computer program)
ARKSAmarillo Radio Kontrol Society (Texas)
ARKSAnti-Pregnant Rat Kidney Serum
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This was no less than the appearance on his own little platform in pairs, of All Creation, on its way into his own particular ark: the elephant leading, and the fly, with a diffident sense of his size, politely bringing up the rear.
The mite with the broken leg was restless, and moaned; but after a while turned his face towards Johnny's bed, to fortify himself with a view of the ark, and fell asleep.
The doctor was quick to understand children, and, taking the horse, the ark, the yellow bird, and the man in the Guards, from Johnny's bed, softly placed them on that of his next neighbour, the mite with the broken leg.
There will be four big Arks like this and ten smaller versions,' Bautista said.
Cullen Bunn and Juan Doe (illustrator); DARK ARK; Aftershock Comics (Comics & Graphic Novels: Comics & Graphic Novels) 14.99 ISBN: 9781935002642
In the biblical story of the Great Flood, Noah built an ark to preserve samples of every living creature.
ALL hands will be on deck as youngsters from a Birmingham school attempt to create the world's largest ark - made completely from recycled paper.
An unholy war is being fought Down Under to prove that Noah's Ark doesn't exist.
The Ark Pet Spa & Hotel (https://www.thearkspa.com/www) recently announced that, after 12 years in business, it would be expanding to launch a franchise.
"From the brick-and-mortar branch in Banking 1.0 to today's online banking of Banking 2.0, The ARK is where UnionBank will experiment with Banking 3.0 as we move from transactional spaces to interactional spaces," says UnionBank President Edwin R.
As part of the ARK network, children can take part in music competitions, inter-school sports matches, spelling bees and trips to broaden their horizons.
The opening of the garden marks a successful two years for Noah's Ark, a non-profit organisation, established in partnership with the charity Thornaby Rainbow Trust.