GERK

gerk

verb
See GERK

GERK

and gerk (gɚk)
n. an elderly simpleton; an old nerd. (Acronym. From geriatric and jerk.) A couple of “gerks” sat on the park bench, snoozing.
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(3.) Justino LCL, Nunes CB, Gerk MAS, Fonseca SSO, Ribeiro AA, Paranhos Filho ACP.
They will be even more so in the future to make Allied Vision the leading company he wanted it to be,' said Andreas Gerk, Allied Vision's chief technology officer.
Codirectors, Liane Curtis, from Brandeis University and Women's Philharmonic Advocacy, Sarah Gerk, from Binghamton University, and Bill Ross, of University of New Hampshire Special Collections organized a wellpublicized conference that aligned with numerous local and national events.
Moreover, Gerk and others demonstrated that ursodeoxycholic acid, tauroursodeoxycholic acid, and glycoursodeoxycholic acid stimulated MRP2-mediated transport of [beta]-estradiol 3-([beta]-D-glucuronide) and [beta]-estradiol 17-([beta]-D-glucuronide), two substrates of MRP2 [28].
As instituicoes de ensino universitario parecem ter pouca clareza dos grandes desafios e dos conflitos enfrentados pelos estudantes quanto as dificuldades relacionadas as exigencias com os relacionamentos interpessoais e com as atividades academicas (Gerk & Cunha, 2006).
Surface used for the measurement of fuel consumption in ripping and ploughing REPEAT COMMON NAME GERK PLOT SIZE (HA) SURFACES TREATED WITH RIPPER 1 1.
Lee of San Diego, Calif.; seven grandchildren, Corey and Brett Supernor, Jeffrey, Michael, Frank and Jared Castonguay, and Jennifer Gerk; many nephews and nieces, and her best friend, Peg Brien.
Lastly, evidence was provided of the convergence with the Rathus Assertiveness Scale (r = .81, p = 0.001) and studies were carried out of the temporal stability using the test-retest method (r = 0.90, p = .001) (Bandeira, Neves Costa, Del Prette, Del Prette, & Gerk Carneiro, 2000).
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Richard and Paul, both of Cottage Grove, and Daniel of Monroe; a daughter, Margaret Cozart of Las Vegas; two brothers, Phil of Chemult and Dan of Medford; two sisters, Jane Gerk of Greeley, Colo., and Marilyn Wallner of Maricopa, Ariz.; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
We are truly dealing with a myth,' said Gerk Koopmans, director of the Friesland Museum in the northern town where Mata Hari spent her early years.
Sarah Gerk (Forum for Early Career Professionals) is Assistant Professor of Music at Binghamton University.