CANK

AcronymDefinition
CANKCampaign Against the New Kiln (UK)
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Mr Cank, who had suffered with dementia and was helped by the Bridgnorth service, was previously a referee in the Bridgnorth Football League, had been a member of the town band, and was a fitness fanatic who walked up to 90 miles a week up until his diagnosis.
Dayle Flude, a member of the award selection team and owner of Cank Street Gallery, commented: "Our choice of winner was unanimous.
Coventry comic Joey Brannigan, Ukes Not Dead and Mark Holmes: Leicester Comedy Festival, Dark Side Cafe, Cank Street.
To soothe these fears, the central cank and SIC encouraged all countries to submit any suspected case involving illegal financial deals.
The artists Vort and Cank, who paint and perform together as Vorcan, will be in residence at Luckey's bar, 933 Olive St., each Friday night in February.
MARCHING ON Guardsman Damian Cank beds down for the night in Alnwick as the Coldstream Guards march from Berwick to London.
Recently Coun Arnold Woolley, chairman of CANK (Campaign Against the New Kiln), highlighted huge increases in the amount of metals released into the atmosphere by the factory according to the EA's own figures.
Mr Golding was the MC for bingo and the winners were Mrs Pat Cank, Mrs Evelyne Driver, Mrs Ethel Goodall, Mr Jack Carter, Mrs Walmsley, Mrs Joan Crickmore and Mrs Elsie Gelder.
Dawn Cank also posed to be transformed into a cartoon.
The family ran Cank Farm in Tanworth-in-Arden, near Solihull.
The planning row revolved around slaughterhouse buildings illegally erected in the green belt by the Summers family at Cank Farm in Tanworth-in-Arden near Solihull.
Buckley town councillor Arnold Woolley, chairman of the Campaign Against the New Kiln (CANK), said the increase must be investigated.