KAUKKirja Astuu Ulos Kansistaan (Finnish literary project)
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3-point baskets: Lib: Steinhaus 5, Watson 4, Graham; LF: Horan, Kauk.
I know that Jan Kauk is sincerely concerned about jobs and the sustainability of the village.
Meal for two: Rs 1,200 (without drinks) MUST TRY: Kauk Swe, Gado Gado salad, Bulgogi (Tenderloin)
"I'm one of the lucky few who found a job and could stay in the area pretty much right after college," Kauk said.
There is, for instance, an Estonian word kauk or kok 'hook, pickaxe', that would be more likely as part of a solitary toponym than any word meaning 'distant'.
The newspaper noted that while Volta of Sarasota owner Piero Rivolta has already launched a bicycle store to help boost sales of the new line, company division manager Eric Kauk has approached several boat dealers and resort operators who may be interested in renting the electric bicycles to passengers and visitors.
Jones, Sheffield, and Joyner compared the relative effects of administering and interpreting the results of the Career Key (Jones, 1993), the Self-Directed Search (Holland, 1985), and the Job-O Enhanced (Cutler, Ferry, Kauk, & Robinett, 1995) among 201 middle school students (57% girls, 43% boys).
To boost productivity on prepress systems burdened by more and larger color image files, Foundry Networks regional systems engineer Randy Kauk described how gigabit Ethernet overcame bottlenecks during peak network traffic at the Miami Herald (see story, "Casting A Wider Ethernet").
Their traditional lands include the Buckland (Kaik), Kauk, and Kiwalik Rivers and the perimeter of Eschscholtz Bay out to Choris Peninsula and Motherwood Point (Fig.
Sara Kauk wrote about the day of a child from morning until bedtime, stressing the concept of telling time.
Drevline 4 1-3 9, Cartee 0 1-2 1, Heerdegen 0 0-2 0, Ryan 0 0-0 0, Kauk 0 0-0 0, Bullman 4 2-4 12.