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PK (1)

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for PAKISTAN.

PK (2)

A suffix that refers to Pink Sheets


1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Pakistani bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Pakistan. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Pakistan. Eight subdivisions of Pakistan have their own code with the prefix "PK." For example, the code for the Province of Sindh is ISO 3166-2:PK-SD.

3. See: Pink sheet.
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Alister O'Loughlin, |Miranda Henderson and Kurt Jobling (blue T-shirts) from the Urban Playground Parkour Team work with North Kirklees students Jonathan Lane, Charli English, Sonia Thakurdesai, Michael Pindred and Kira Hargreaves 260815EPARKOUR JULIAN HUGHES
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Still, Paton said parkour could potentially be dangerous for people with serious heart problems and warned anyone with a joint replacement or muscle weakness should be careful.
Parkour and free running may not be the first sports to enter one's mind when thinking of Egypt; a group of young people scaling buildings and performing acrobatic stunts in the bustling cities of Alexandria and Cairo would raise some eyebrows, to be sure.
Parkour is a new physical discipline and philosophy that requires a huge emphasis on safe landing strategies.
At the end of the second day, she reexposed the film, shooting the parkour artists in the rail-yards section of the High Line, between Thirtieth and Thirty-Fourth Streets, a part of the tracks yet to be converted into manicured park.
Parkour athletes take part in many action movies with their artistic movements.
He whoops with delight at performing the dangerous feat, his favourite of the moves he practises with his team -- the first parkour group in the Gaza Strip.
It is Farrell's first action role in six years and the 36-year-old said it required a lot of dedication: "I'd go from fight training to parkour training, off to the gym.
But instead of orangutans, the participants were parkour athletes, specially trained street gymnasts with good flexibility and spatial awareness.
Since they were too young for the gym we had to choose another activity so after a lot of enquiries, we zeroed in Parkour for our 11 year old daughter and 6 year old son," says 39 year old Vandana Teotia Chandra.
For parkour enthusiasts, the urban environment offers endless opportunities.
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