CSAK

AcronymDefinition
CSAKCentro Studi Aikido Kendo (Italian: Aikido Kendo Studies Center)
CSAKChuckling Silently at Keyboard
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CSAK project director Prof Francis Muregi told reporters some leaders had blown the issue out of proportion, and mislead Kenyans over the use of the vaccines.
Rettenetes latvany volt, persze a nyilasok gyilkoltak le szegenyeket, csak az volt a b?nuk, hogy zsidok voltak.
Csak eppen hogy van (= el)" (5) (Klemm 1923-1927 : 401).-In Klemms erstem ungarischen Beispielsatz hat van hingegen die Bedeutung 'er/sie/es wohnt', im zweiten Fall ist 'er/sie/es lebt' nur als kontextuelle Bedeutung zu analysieren.
For example, PE1.5-10-1 represents the specimen that is reinforced with 1.5% PE fiber and contains 10% Type 1 (CSAK) EXA.
For the 2012 shortlist, the MEPs chose Hungarian film Csak a szel' (Just the wind) by Bence Fliegauf; Italian film Io sono Li' (Shun Li and the Poet) by Andrea Segre; and Portuguese film Tabu' by Miguel Gomes.
Nazi Germany tried to use the 1936 Berlin Olympics to showcase Aryan superiority, but Hitler's hopes were frustrated by Jessie Owens, an African-American athlete who won four gold medals, and Ibolya Csak of Hungary, a Jewish woman who took the gold in the high jump.
"It's great for investors," says Ildiko Csak, a partner at White & Case's Budapest office.
"The poor judgment of a few has had a ripple effect on the whole economy," said Ernest Csak, vice president at Knight Equity Markets in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The Hungarian song "Csak azert szeretem [I only love for this]" promised Hungarian men that they will only eat well if they are nationally endogamous: Csak azert szeretem The Magyar maid alone should be A magyar menzecsket The wife of Magyar man Hogy meg tudja fozni For she can cook, and only she A borsos levecsked valaha Our soup of red cayenne.
(37) The Hungarian archbishops Hugolin (Ugolin, or Ugrin Csak) of Kolocza (Kalocsa-Bacs) and Matthias of Gran (Esztergom) and three bishops died leading troops against the Mongols at Sajo River (Mohi) in 1241.