Flook


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(flŌk)
n.1.A fluke of an anchor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Maria Flook; DIVORCE, DOG STYLE; Roundabout Press (Fiction: General) 15.95 ISBN: 9781948072014
NO FLOOK Steve Flook, who reckons he has a hunter chaser good enough to win Cheltenham's championship race in March but is awaiting the name of said beast from his owner, saddled his first Flat winner when Gold Hunter landed the 6f handicap at Chepstow.
Flook's interspersed drawings also bring a lightness and whimsy to the book.
Flook, in an opinion authored by Justice Stevens, found a patent claim directed to an algorithm to be patent-ineligible subject matter.
Welsh Cakes and Custard, published by Pont/Gomer and illustrated by Helen Flook, is a series of stories about two young children, Betsi Wyn and Emyr Rhys, who encounter new and sometimes alarming things for the first time.
Flook trained his first pointing winner in 1997 with a horse bought out of Malvern Sales for PS600, and prides himself on never paying over PS5,000 on a purchase.
Helen Flook's lively line drawings add to the gentle humour.
There's guitar and bass player Ian Stephenson, for instance, who says: "There are probably dozens upon dozens of grown men who grew up listening to Flook and Lau, harbouring dreams of being in a band with Brian or Aidan one day.
Power Marketing President and current Institute of Residential Marketing Chair Brian Flook is currently attending the event in Orlando, Fl., as a featured educator.
Originally published in 2002 by Lobster Press with illustrations by Helen Flook (Our Choice 2003).
Robert Flook, 46, conspired to supply 150kg of cocaine and eight tonnes of cannabis.