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uke

and yuke (juk)
1. in. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (see also puke.) I think somebody yuked in the backseat, Tom.
2. n. vomit. (Collegiate.) Tell me that the stuff in the backseat isn’t uke!
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Three organizations joined together to sponsor the annual Uke Jam, Mueller said.
The uke auteur reveals he has plans to grow his ukulele nights.
Forthcoming events: Gwdihw Uke Jam on Monday, April 2; Cardiff Ukulele Cabaret on Monday, April 30.
But opinions among uke players vary sharply, with many thinking the offbeat performer almost killed off the uke for good.
There appears to be no limit to what you can play on a uke, albeit in simplified version.
These results exceeded the milestone requirements under UKES's August 2006 financing agreement by a wide margin, UKES said.
We are proud that our team was able bring Phase One of our UK natural gas growth strategy to completion ahead of schedule and enable UKES to move swiftly into Phase Two.
UKES believes that Kirby Misperton's total reserves may be revised upward by a significant amount due to the increased thickness of the gas pay in KM-4.
3 mmscfd capacity of the Knapton facility, UKES believes KM-4's open flow potential could be in excess of 15 mmscfd.
Matoba also is spearheading the Ukes for Kids program, which has given ukes to McCornack Elementary as well as Monroe Middle.
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In connection with the October 2005 Agreement, UKES agreed, on March 9, 2006, to (i) buy the sellers' 69 shares in Viking Petroleum UK Limited ("Viking Petroleum") for an aggregate of $69.
Because it doesn't overpower the song and my voice sits nicely with the range of the uke," he said.
com that claims a June 2009 gathering of the London Uke Festival more than doubled the previous record, for a total of 851.
Among those fanning the flames of the ukulele trend was the late Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, a Hawaiian uke player with an outsized talent who had a hit with his touchingly ingenuous rendition of "Over the Rainbow.