“I will work with the Republicans and he will work with the Democrats,” kirk said.
“Basically, Scott was a cool, normal guy,” former Creed sound engineer kirk Kelsey told Rolling Stone.
kirk Schell, Dell Executive Director, on why PCs will always have a home in enterprise and tech markets.
Alan [Thicke, his on-screen dad] was the same thing, he was like, kirk, this thing is heating up a lot.
In the interview, kirk said he was not likely to look kindly on cooperating with the White House going forward.
Across the water is the old graveyard of vanished St. Mary's kirk.
That was the kirk to which he looked back as he sailed away to an unknown country.
And, stroke by stroke, my St. Cuthbert's kirk was thus bereft of its outstanding glories.
"There's billing information on the back, sir," kirk, pointed out.
At eight o'clock, meeting-time, rain flew in glistening sheets against the kirk windows and forced its way under the floor.
c.1200, northern England and Scottish dialectal form of church, from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse kirkja "church," from Old English cirice (see church).