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Wark may refer to: Wark (river), a river in Luxembourg; WARK (AM), talk radio station in Hagerstown, Maryland; Wark on Tweed, a village in ...

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The familiar sound made by a Chocobo. various forms of the "wark" are used in different situations and depending on the mood of the Chocobo!

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Define wark. wark synonyms, wark pronunciation, wark translation, English dictionary definition of wark. n a Scot word for work.

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May 3, 2016 ... Wark is an asura researcher trying to create a perfume from harpy pheromones with the help of his brother Wode.

Home - Dr Petra Wark - Imperial College London


Petra Wark is the Assistant Director of the Global eHealth Unit at the Department of Primary Care and Public Health at Imperial College London. She is a ...

About Tom Wark - Fermentation


Tom Wark began his career as a wine marketer and publicist in 1990. In 1994 he opened his own consultancy, Wark Communications, which serves small and ...

Ken Wark - Chair, Culture and Media - The New School


Recent Publications: The Spectacle of Disintegration, Verso Books, 2013; Telesthesia: Communication, Culture & Class, Polity Press, 2012; The Beach Beneath ...

GS WARK LIMITED | General Contractors


GS Wark Limited has built a well-established reputation for competitive quality construction since first opening our doors in 1955. The company was founded by  ...

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wark (third-person singular simple present warks, present participle warking, simple past and past participle warked). (intransitive) To be in pain; ache.

Wark dictionary definition | wark defined - YourDictionary


Noun. (plural warks). (UK dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Pain; ache. Origin. From Middle English werk, warch, from Old English wærc, wræc (“pain, ...

Wark Communications


Full service marketing communications firm serving the wine and related industry. Capabilities include public and media relations, marketing communications, ...