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gork

(gork)
1. n. a fool; a dupe. Martin acts like such a gork sometimes.
2. and GORK in. an alleged hospital chart notation of the diagnosis God only really knows. (Hospitals.) I see old Mr. Kelly is in again with a hundred complaints. His chart says GORK.
3. tv. to give a patient sedation. (Hospitals.) Dr. Wilson says to gork the patient in 226.

GORK

verb
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It was just like the Olympics, except it wasn't a competition,'' Gork said.
While the Democrat-Gazette hesitated--Sports Editor Wally Hall waited until Wednesday to publish a column exonerating the UA, by which time a spokesman had admitted that Gork had been uninvited to cover football practice--the story was picked up by NPR, Fox Sports, CBS Sports and every sports blog in the cyber universe.
We're just excited that we were in the right place and that we were fortunate enough to have the opportunity,'' said Gork, who has coached gymnastics for more than 26 years.
When told about reports that one of the five CIA informants arrested was a man who owned the property next to bin Laden's compound which was used by the CIA as a safe house, Gorks said: "Well, if that's true, that is very unfortunate.
And the contest was virtually over in first-half injury time, after Kaspars Gorks bundled Leroy Lita off the ball on the left side of the visitors box.
In a game of few chances, Blackpool went ahead on 54 minutes when substitute Kaspars Gorks flicked David Fox's corner on to Morrell at the far post for his third goal of the season.
Members of the Rough Bunch (the most popular line at Aurora), Gorks are available in three styles and each makes their own special sound when tossed, dropped or thrown.
KASPARS GORKS S headed an 82nd-minute winner as QPR boosted their promotion prospects with a hard-fought victory.