FENK

AcronymDefinition
FENKFestival and Events Network Kingston
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Fenk, J.: 1981, Theory of the formation of daily breaks over cavities in the Lusatian Mountains.
"We need to work that out, exactly what our role is going to be," Fenk said.
(4.) Huck K, Hanenberg H, Gudowius S, Fenk R, Kalb R, Neveling K, et al.
surface movements in the time after the end of mining are usually associated with restoration of ground water levels that causes swelling and reduction of normal stresses in overlying rock layers (elevation) (Fenk, 1999) or the effect of the destruction of shallow underground workings (subsidence).
OSU has also held discussions on fielding a sand volleyball team, with associate athletic director Steve Fenk saying it's "on our radar as a potential sport to add in the future, but our first priority is continuing to build our women's track and field program.
CORVALLIS - Oregon State announced Thursday that it will be promoting Marianne Vydra, Bob Clifford and Mark Spencer to senior associate athletic directors, John Chaney, Steve Fenk and Linda Hurd to associate athletic directors and Jacque Bruns, Cecil Hairston and Nikki Pruett to assistant athletic directors.