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dank

(dæŋk)
1. mod. very good. We stopped for a while in this real dank little bistro on the main boulevard.
2. mod. very bad. Class was so dank today. I thought I would die of terminal boredom.
3. n. potent, moist marijuana. (Said to be stored away from light.) I’ll take dank any day.
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SENIORS - Don Anderson 279, Frank Yamamoto 279, Mike Marticuski 278, Clint Danker 247, Chuck Kiefer 245, Lloyd Severe 244, Bob Board 235.
SENIORS - Smith 750, Yamamoto 674, Danker 650, Bob Jenkins 649, Dickey 644, Zimmerman 641, Lloyd Severe 605, Jim Simmons 603, Skinner 589, Roy Henson 583.
Frederick William Danker (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000), 819-21.
SENIORS - Danker 649, Simmons 612, Walling 609, Salts 606, Lloyd Severe 606, Skinner 586, Gowins 577, Kelley 575.
SENIORS - Lloyd Severe 278, Earl Goodman 247, John Strong 245, Bill Salts 242, Ken Hale 234, Jerry Gowins 224, Glenn Suchy 218, Clint Danker 215, Hank Perry 215.
Joe Pennington, Chief Executive Officer, commented, "We are excited to welcome both David Weiser and Steven Danker to their new roles in our company.
But Danker also allows for the translation "contentiousness" or "strife.
SENIORS - Ehm 698, Terry 679, Severe 670, Danker 631, Bill Salts 619, Henson 610, Arnold Morosky 601, Cully Vaughn 597.
SENIORS - Bill Salts 279, Hank Perry 244, Bob Jenkins 236, Glenn Suchy 231, Jim Turpin 229, Frank Yamamoto 229, Clint Danker 228, Richard Terry 223.
We have been a long-time IBM UNIX customer, relying on powerful IBM eServer technology to help meet the needs of our growing business," said Steve Danker, CIO, ShopNBC.
Frederick William Danker (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2000), 1065-66.
SENIORS - Clint Danker 249, Jim Simmons 237, Lloyd Severe 234, Glenn Suchy 230, Del Dickey 223, Russ Cron 223, Bob Zimmerman 223, Mike Skinner 223, Howard Adams 223.
We feel business intelligence can improve operational efficiencies at ShopNBC, and Business Objects was the obvious software choice to help us do that," said Steven Danker, senior vice president and CIO at ShopNBC.
In his comprehensive study of Luke, Fred Danker reminds us of several things.
SENIORS - Clint Danker 267, Glenn Suchy 246, Bob Jenkins 235, Don Anderson 234, Gene Hoover 234, Larry Libby 234, Chuck Kiefer 231, Richard Terry 227.