CISK


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AcronymDefinition
CISKConditional Instability of the Second Kind
CISKCytokine-Independent Survival Kinase
CISKCast Iron Surround Kit (fireplace accessory)
CISKCommunities in Schools of Kent (est. 1991; formerly Kent Community Council for At-Risk Children and Youth; Kent, WA)
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Washed down with Cisk beer, there was barely room for the delicious dessert of coils made from honey, cinnamon and molasses.
After washing this down with Cisk beer, there was barely room for a dessert of coils made from honey, cinnamon and molasses.
So is the island's lager, Cisk, and the Maltese wines, though most of those are made with Italian-grown grapes.
- Hearing T-3/04 Simonds Farsons Cisk v OHMI - Spa Monopole (KINJI by SPA): Intellectual property
WHERE TO EAT: At night, a glass of the local Cisk beer followed by a good meal is about as lively as Gozo gets, although an influx of tourists in July and August tends to gee things up a bit.
Gold-Cisk Export Premium Lager, Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc, Mriehe, l Malta
Cisk Lager, loved by generations of tourists visiting Malta, can be enjoyed back home in Blighty thanks to the launch of a new UK base in Birmingham.
Trevor Renals discovered the man's skeleton and burial casket - or cisk - after seeing bones sticking out of the sand.
After all this culture you can then reward yourself by dropping into one of the city's cosy bars for a glass of cooling Cisk, the local lager.