CHARKS

AcronymDefinition
CHARKSChattanooga Area Reef Keepers Society (Tennessee)
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The mouth of this hollow was at the bottom of a great rock, where, by mere accident (I would say, if I did not see abundant reason to ascribe all such things now to Providence), I was cutting down some thick branches of trees to make charcoal; and before I go on I must observe the reason of my making this charcoal, which was this - I was afraid of making a smoke about my habitation, as I said before; and yet I could not live there without baking my bread, cooking my meat, &c.; so I contrived to burn some wood here, as I had seen done in England, under turf, till it became chark or dry coal: and then putting the fire out, I preserved the coal to carry home, and perform the other services for which fire was wanting, without danger of smoke.
(11.) On the exercise and availability of personal immunity generally, see James Miglin, 'From Immunity to Impunity: Charks Taylor and the Special Court for Sierra Leone' (2007) 16 Dalhousie journal of Legal/Studies 22.
Among her recent publications art Governing the White House: From Hoover Through LBJ (Kansas 1995) and Policymakers and Wordsmiths: Writing for the President Under Johnson and Nixon (Polity 1998), both coauthored with Charks Walcott.