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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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She said: "Treating now will kill uke and help to ensure that the herd can take full advantage of the cheapest source of feed, namely grass.
Today, the era of scouring attics for a playable Martin-made uke is, like vaudeville, just a memory.
In accordance with this supposition, Laszlo Honti's view about the phonetic development o > u in Mari forms ok > uke (Honti 1997 : 162) should rather be reversed as a phonetic development u > o (uke > ok), cf.
As young Halle Harris and her aunt stood to go, her aunt raised her uke in salute to the crowd.
The ascension of the uke in popular culture was recently underlined by Eddie Vedder, frontman of US rock giants Pearl Jam, who released an album entitled Ukulele Songs, a collection of original songs and covers performed by Vedder on ukulele.
Guests are invited to bring their own ukes to tale part in the interactive performance after the film.
The UKE attends the World Medical Tourism and Healthcare Congress yearly because it is a great opportunity to network with other players and learn about new developments within the medical tourism industry," said Dr.
Harrison once said: "It's hard to play a uke ukulele - or listen to one - without smiling.
You can learn your first two chords on a uke and accompany yourself on a song in just a couple of hours.
There will also be the British premiere of US feature documentary Rock That Uke, a quirkily philosophical examination of the near mystical allure of the ukulele and the recent wave of alternative and experimental musicians who play it.
A Shuns uke Nakamura free-kick nine minutes from time at Celtic Park sent the Hoops into the knockout stages of the Champions League for the first time.
Newman, you see, is interested in the color and texture of music and something like an out-of-tune uke is fodder for inspiration.
The larger 1" size also is available in addition to a third stamp designed for four-string instruments such as a uke or bass.
High costs of building and maintaining infrastructure required by the LTE technology, as well as growing demand for data capacity in networks will probably require new alliances between operators and a new approach from the UKE.
CHILLING OUT: Visitors to the Festival lapped up the relaxed atmosphere | |including Libby Wright, 4 (above), and Emily Spurrell and Graeme Cooper (right middle) while Uke Box performed in Sefton Park GAVIN TRAFFORD