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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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.
27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- G4S, the world's leading global, integrated security company, has appointed Geoff Gerks as Chief Human Resources Officer for G4S North America and Technology Region.
Geoff Gerks works with his teams to ensure that G4S excels in recruiting, training and developing our employees, ensuring that we continue to deliver the finest combination of security personnel, project management, risk management, and technology solutions to our customers.
Geoff Gerks said: "People are a difference maker and our people are the best in the industry.
Gerks (keeper Dean Gerken) has not had much to do and while we didn't have a lot of the ball in the first half, we scored a good opener on the break.
Certainly according to Ipswich boss McCarthy who said: "The player was going down before Gerks got near him and the referee has got the decision absolutely correct.