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guck

(gək)
n. a thick, sticky substance; yuck. The doctor painted some nasty guck on my throat and told me not to swallow for a while.
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President Joachim Guck of the Federal Republic of Germany on the occasion of Germany's Day of National Unity, in which HRH the Prime Minister expressed utmost felicitations and best wishes of abundant health and well-being H.
It was very obvious to me that the nuclei could only be lenses," Guck says.
Young people get them prescribed--they have their tonsils out, they have a surgery, they break an arm--and then they get addicted to them very quickly," says Sharon Guck, coordinator of the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program at Western Connecticut State University.
Bridesmaids were Sara Frances Wilson, sister of the groom; Dawn Denton, Drew Denton and Mary Frances Johnson, cousins of the bride; Brittany Bailey; Lauren Collins; Mary Walker Goza; Kimberly Guck ert; Abby McGrew; Rebecca Sandifer; and Jessica Wood.
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Professor Josef Kas and Dr Jochen Guck, of the University of Leipzig, Germany, presented the system to the Physics 2005 conference in Warwick yesterday.
The technique, developed by Professor Josef Kas and Dr Jochen Guck, from the University of Leipzig in Germany, uses a laser-operated ``optical stretcher'' to measure the physical strength of individual cells.
The technique, developed by Professor Josef Kas and Dr Jochen Guck, from the University of Leipzig, Germany, uses a laser-operated 'optical stretcher' to measure the physical strength of individual cells.
It has been developed by German professors Josef Kas and Dr Jochen Guck from the University of Leipzig and uses a laser-operated "optical stretcher" to measure the physical strength of individual cells.
Partridge CJ, Mackenzie M, Edwards S, Reid A, Jayawardena S, Guck N, Potter J (2000): Is dosage of physiotherapy a critical factor in deciding patterns of recovery from stroke: a pragmatic randomized control trial.
Two of these pieces, by theorist Marion Guck and by composer/theorist Joseph Dubiel, served to indicate that some music theorists had already been employing ideas and approaches that were in sympathy with the ideas of some New Musicologists, or that were at least not as strictly formalistic as some of the broader attacks against music theory had implied.
It may also be that rather than focusing on changing perceptions of locus of control as a target of intervention (Coughlin, Badura, Fleischer, & Guck, 2000), locus of control can be a characteristic of girls that care providers consider when presenting them with information.
You step into a wide-open area with your guck, a spoon and a fork, and start flinging.
For more information contact Ted Guck, 3M Automotive Aftermarket, at tcguck@mmm.