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  • 161Sam Plank — is a popular British local radio broadcaster, famous for his talk based radio programmes in Staffordshire, The Potteries and Stoke on Trent on BBC Radio Stoke and Signal 2.Sam Plank appeared on Leek based community radio station Moorlands Radio… …

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  • 162Post-and-plank — is a construction method which was once fairly common in various areas of the United States, but which is now rarely used. Hand sawn logs would be mortised and tenoned into vertical corner posts to create the sides of the building. Few post and… …

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  • 163Tarski's plank problem — In mathematics, Tarski s plank problem is a question about coverings of convex regions in n dimensional Euclidean space by planks : regions between two hyperplanes. Tarski asked if the sum of the widths of the planks must be at least the minimum… …

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  • 164Conny Plank — Konrad Conny Plank (souvent épelé Planck) (né en 1943 en Autriche, mort le 18 décembre 1987 à Cologne) était un producteur. Sa créativité en tant qu ingénieur du son et producteur contribua à façonner certains des enregistrements les plus… …

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  • 165margin plank — Naut. a plank forming a border for wooden decking. Also called waterway plank. * * * …

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  • 166walk the plank — INFORMAL ► to be forced to leave your job because of something bad you have done: »The expenses scandal gave several ministers no option but to walk the plank. Main Entry: ↑walk …

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  • 167walk\ the\ plank — v. phr. 1. To walk off a board extended over the side of a ship and be drowned. The pirates captured the ship and forced the crew to walk the plank. 2. informal To resign from a job because someone makes you do it. When a new owner bought the… …

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  • 168walk the plank — historical be forced by pirates to walk blindfold along a plank over the side of a ship to one s death in the sea. → plank …

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  • 169walk the plank — If someone walks the plank, they are going toward their own destruction or downfall …

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  • 170futtock plank — /ˈfʌtək plænk/ (say futuhk plank) noun the plank of the ceiling of a ship (the wooden surface at the bottom of the hold) next to the keelson …

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  • 171king plank — noun : the center plank of a wooden deck * * * Shipbuilding. a plank running along the center line of a deck, into which all other planks are fitted …

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  • 172margin plank — Naut. a plank forming a border for wooden decking. Also called waterway plank …

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  • 173hal|o|plank|ton — «HAL uh PLANK tuhn», noun. plankton of a salty, especially marine, environment. ╂[< Greek háls, halós salt + English plankton] …

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  • 174Stop plank — Stop Stop, n. 1. The act of stopping, or the state of being stopped; hindrance of progress or of action; cessation; repression; interruption; check; obstruction. [1913 Webster] It is doubtful . . . whether it contributed anything to the stop of… …

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  • 175Wrest plank — Wrest Wrest, n. 1. The act of wresting; a wrench; a violent twist; hence, distortion; perversion. Hooker. [1913 Webster] 2. Active or moving power. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] 3. A key to tune a stringed instrument of music. [1913 Webster] The …

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  • 176John Plank Tracey — (September 18, 1836 July 24, 1910) was a U.S. Representative from Missouri.Born in Wayne County, Ohio, Tracey attended the public schools of Ohio and Indiana.He studied law.He taught school.He moved to Missouri in 1858. Enlisted as a private in… …

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  • 177Herma Plank-Szabo — Eiskunstlaufen Gold 1924 Damen …

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  • 178Herma Plank-Szabó — Eiskunstlaufen Gold 1924 Damen …

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  • 179Eddie Plank — Edward Stewart Plank (31 août, 1875 24 février, 1926) était un lanceur de la Ligue majeure de baseball pendant le XIXe siècle. Il fut le premier gaucher à gagner 200 parties, puis 300 parties, enregistrant sa 300e victoire en 1915. Il a… …

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  • 180Herbert Plank — Herbert Plank, né le 3 septembre 1954 à Vipiteno, est un ancien skieur alpin italien. Sommaire 1 Jeux olympiques 2 Championnats du monde 3 Coupe du monde …

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