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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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The uke auteur reveals he has plans to grow his ukulele nights.
But opinions among uke players vary sharply, with many thinking the offbeat performer almost killed off the uke for good.
UKES completed drilling EB-1 on March 12, after which the well was cased and a completion string was run.
These results exceeded the milestone requirements under UKES's August 2006 financing agreement by a wide margin, UKES said.
Having completed Phase One of its two-phase development strategy approximately three months ahead of schedule, UKES commenced Phase Two in January.
Tonight, in conjunction with this weekend's Asian Celebration, students in Monroe Middle School's Ukulele Club will join members of Iron Mango Orchestra for "An Evening of Aloha," a concert that benefits Ukes for Kids.
UKES stated that currently KM-4 is producing gas at a rate of approximately 7 mmscfd, with another well, KM-1, typically contributing most of the remaining production to supply the maximum (approximately 9.
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The ukulele group Kids With Ukes was a big hit at the opening day of the Saturday Market, which was graced with good weather.
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.
You can learn your first two chords on a uke and accompany yourself on a song in just a couple of hours.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Gerry Long is the author-composer of three music books, including 50 Easy Uke Chord Solos.
Ninety years of performing have honed the skills of Bill, the "Duke of Uke.
Uke gotta see this show, especially if you're a little bored with your usual musical routine.
Even if 2-year-old Peter Scheessele of Corvallis hadn't been just a few minutes too late, after skipping his nap time to show up and play "My Dog has Fleas" on a uke clearly labeled "Peter's ukulele," the group's total would still have only reached 47.