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Maik

A Burmese unit of length equivalent to 152.4 millimeters.
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Su Meck had been in her kitchen that evening, making macaroni and cheese.
Meck was an old-time Hollywood tack, a former "planter" for the RKO Studios, which distributed Disney films, in the days when they sent reps to local newspapers to "plant" stories and pictures for the publicity department.
Meck should have sang "When I need you ( I can never find you!"
Bettylyn Krafft, chairman of the Phoenix Challenge Foundation, said that even though South Meck lost their original press to the new technical high school in Charlotte this year, teacher Leigh Ayers didn't give up.
"I've never understood using permit caps on an annual basis," Meck says, "because they don't deal with all growth, just residential; they operate without regard to the economy, and they don't acknowledge how infrastructure actually operates."
Of Reagan's Star Wars he says, "We didn't develop anything; it was an era, not a system." He and I were talking about the continuities of missile defense while riding a catamaran before dawn one day from Kwajalein to Meck Island, nineteen miles up the atoll, where much of the main N.M.D.
The funerary complex at Munich--Riem (p56) by Andreas Meck and Stephan Koppel is a distinguished addition to the modern northern European tradition of buildings that honour rites of passage with quiteness and thoughtfulness.
Meck, also at Duke, began their studies of choline's impacts on rat brains.
"In one form or another it has probably been going on for 15 or 20 years," said Jacquie Meck, co-owner of TLP Communications Inc., the main sponsor behind Expo 2001.