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AUKAmerican University of Kuwait
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AUKAlakanuk, Alaska (Airport Code)
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AUK began offering business courses from its founding and was housed in a Division of Business and Economics within the College of Arts and Sciences.
The auks or parakeets are eaten first then the blubber.
are honoured that AUK continues to enjoy the benefits that Cisco technology
Shawbrook, aUK based lender, has stated that it has crossed the GBP1bn mark on lending since its launch two years ago.
One of the rarest items is a juvenile Great Auk, a flightless bird that is now extinct but which was once commonplace in Great Britain.
aACoeKIPCO is delighted to be supporting the Center for Gulf Studies at AUK in organizing an academic conference of this international scale.
It tells us when certain animals became extinct: the dodo, the thylacine, the great auk, the broad-faced potoroo.
New York, NY, June 16, 2012 --( Outside Inside presents Arch Oboler's Night of the Auk at the Sixteenth Annual New York International Fringe Festival.
The evening will reveal who was snacking on the extinct Great Auk, based on evidence found at Cleadon, near South Shields.
AUK Government bill, aimed at making the purchase of a cherished car number plate both easier and safer, gets its all-important second reading at the end of March.
There will be a rare opportunity to see examples of extinct animals such as the Tasmanian wolf and the great auk, a flightless sea bird whose extermination was due to its mass slaughter for food and eggs.