TIKE


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TIKETrusted Immutable Kernel Extension (computing)
TIKEThe International Kwanzaa Exchange
TIKEToddler Information Kept for Emergencies (sticker program)
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I tell all of my friends about the Tike Hikes programs."
Misra developed TIKE through a collaboration with Steven DiNapoli, a former COAPS data analyst, and Mark Powell, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration atmospheric scientist currently stationed at COAPS who created IKE with a colleague six years ago.
Although I still don't look tike a model--and never intended to--I feel much better about myself without a shirt on."
But under tribut and taillage as tikes and cherles.(1) Tikes here was originally defined as ~country people, low people', literally ~dogs', from Old Norse tik ~bitch'.(2) This interpretation is challenged in the OED entry for tike, which links Langland's word with Welsh taeog ~bondman, churl', Cornish tioc ~farmer, ploughman'.
Before they make a grenade of our planet I hope you'll come tike a comet, oh mustang--fire-eyes, upreared belly-- bust the corral and stomp Us to death.
In the third quarter, quarterback Taylor Martinez handed off to Hoffman at the 31-yard line and the rest of the team cleared a lane for the tike.
United Naghi of Dante Caraan beat Tike Restaurant 70-56 in the second week of action in the JBL Inter My-Naghi basketball tournament at the Bin Mahfouz court here.
Holds up well in cooking--good for apple cakes or savory dishes tike pork stew.
If we are to help kids tike Abdul Quadar [below], 13, who is so malnourished that he weighs just 26 pounds, we can't wait for tsunamis.
And if they were anything tike many of the reasons for rejection colleges and universities routinely hand to qualified, eager applicants, they probably were.
Now, Tiger Electronics, Vernon Hills, Ill., offers the opportunity to reroute youngsters into their rooms and let them listen to those songs on the KidClips Disney Tunes Basic Player ($9.99), shaped tike a retro-styled radio, or the Deluxe Player ($14.99), built like an old-fashioned jukebox.