FOLK


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Related to FOLK: folk rock, Folk tales
AcronymDefinition
FOLKFestival of the Lion King (Walt Disney World Resort)
FOLKFriends of the Land of Keweenaw (L'Anse, MI)
FOLKFunctionally-Overloaded Linux Kernel
FOLKFriends of the Library Kingwood (Kingwood, TX)
FOLKFriends of Loudoun Kirk (Scotland, UK)
FOLKFiber Optic Link Kit
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References in classic literature ?
And this was the main abiding-place of the Folk that I had chanced upon.
'God's folk.' It will serve her right, she will be confused, but you will see her 'God's folk.' It's really very curious."
However, gentle reader, or simple reader, whichever you may be, lest you should be led to waste your precious time upon these pages, I make so bold as at once to tell you the sort of folk you'll have to meet and put up with, if you and I are to jog on comfortably together.
Country folk went by from the fields as I sat there on the side of the ditch, but I lacked the spirit to give them a good-e'en.
Dame Eliza looked doubtfully at him, as though fearing some other stratagem, but, as he made no demand for ale, she finally brought the paints, and watched him as he smeared on his background, talking the while about the folk round the fire.
When Persis Leigh stepped onto the old wharf John Selwyn took her in his arms--and folks stopped cheering and begun to cry.
"Aye, aye; I know, I know; but I let other folks talk.
It's seldom I see other folks's butter, though there's some on it as one's no need to see--the smell's enough."
If this judgment is unbiased and correct, and the little folks find this new story "real Ozzy," I shall be very glad indeed that I wrote it.
'It was the Sunday after this that Jerry Moore announces to us, wriggling, that he had an engagement to take supper with Jane and her folks. He'd have liked to have slipped away secret, but we was keeping him under espionage too crisp for that, so he has to tell us.
This was not a nice boy, and she did not like to be called "silly." Still, he was somebody besides--old folks. Where did you live--before?" she queried.
"My folks lived in America a long time," Billy said slowly, digesting the information she had given and relating himself to it.