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CKSChecks
CKSCenter for Korean Studies (UC Berkeley)
CKSChrist the King School (various locations)
CKSCenter for Knowledge Societies
CKSCarajas, Para, Brazil - International / Brasilia Brazil (Airport Code)
CKSCrankshaft Sensor (automotive)
CKSChallenges of the Knowledge Society (Bucharest, Romania)
CKSChristian Key Smashers (gaming clan)
CKSCommunity Kit for SharePoint (software)
CKSCave and Karst Studies (environmental science)
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What checks the natural tendency of each species to increase in number is most obscure.
Climate plays an important part in determining the average numbers of a species, and periodical seasons of extreme cold or drought, I believe to be the most effective of all checks.
Many cases are on record showing how complex and unexpected are the checks and relations between organic beings, which have to struggle together in the same country.
Now and again he reached out and added a bundle of checks to the flying miscellany that soared through the roof and out of sight in a tremendous circle.
He recovered the axe in the midst of the Milky Way of checks, starched shirts, and manuscripts, and prepared, when he came down, to kill Joe.
And, since first-class magazines always paid on acceptance, there was a check inside.
He still lay down, trying to sleep, though he felt there was not the smallest hope of it, and kept repeating stray words from some chain of thought, trying by this to check the rising flood of fresh images.
According to Lady Ruth's evidence," he said thoughtfully, "her husband entered the room at the exact moment when she was rejecting Wingrave's advances, and indignantly refusing a check which he was endeavoring to persuade her to accept.
And you will further oblige me, if you approve of the abstract, by yourself filling in the blank space on your check with the needful amount in words and figures.
He laid my check on the table with a low bow, and left me.
Why, Saxon, when I let you have grain an' hay from my carloads, don't you give me a check for it?
I'll give you a check for THAT pair, but no commission.