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yack

and yock and yuck and yuk (jæk and jɔk and jək)
1. n. a foolish person. Who’s the yock wearing the red bandana?
2. n. idle chatter. I’ve heard enough yack to last me a lifetime.
3. Go to yak.

yock

verb
See yack

yack

verb
See yak

yock

and yok (jɔk)
1. in. to laugh loudly. (see also yak.) Everybody yocked at the joke and when things calmed down, I announced the mass firings.
2. n. a loud laugh. Sue let out an enormous yock and quickly covered her mouth.
3. Go to yack.
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As the first stage of the stadium redevelopment, the concrete Yock Stand will be pulled down and replaced with new structure and facilities, including improved seating and access for fans.
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Lead author Dr Phil Yock from the University of Auckland's Department of Physics explains that the work will require a combination of data from microlensing and the NASA Kepler space telescope.
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The demonstration of a cerebral calcific embolus by CT scan was first documented by Yock in 1981.
Paul Yock founded Cardiovascular Imaging Systems, eventually developing a catheter with a miniaturized ultrasound probe attached to the end.
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In this national statement, Lee Yock Suan, the then Minister of Environment declares bluntly that "there is little potential for us to develop alternative sources of energy that are non-fossil fuels based" and that "our carbon dioxide emissions will inevitably grow as our economy develops".
The Information Disclosure Statement (IDS) as reviewed by the patent examiner, listed over 130 patents, including important Rapid Exchange (RX) catheter patents such as Yock, Bonzel, Horzewski, Lau, Sirhan, Crittenden, Anderson, etc.
"Our big concern is whether the development on the hill is going to destroy us," said hydrangea farmer Richard Yock. "We feel it very likely could."
The statement put out by Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi and Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Shoichi Nakagawa on the Japanese side and Second Foreign Minister Lee Yock Suan and Trade and Industry Minister George Yeo from the Singapore side.