Our hearts are with the victims, their families, and the entire oak Creek Sikh community.
You have told us some of the positive things you have taken away from the oak Creek shooting.
All of the whisky used in both types of scotch must be matured in Scotland and aged for a minimum of three years in oak casks.
The residents of the oak and Gilgo Beach communities live on a quiet stretch of land.
One year ago, a neo-Nazi opened fire on a Sikh place of worship in oak Creek, Wisconsin.
John Sargent and Maria had long since disappeared from under the oak.
God knows it's as soft as silk and just the color of oak leaves in winter.
With a sigh of resignation she sat down on the oak seat just outside the office window to wait.
Meanwhile he grew like an oak; he was strong on hand, fresh of colour.
Never a hint of red warms this oak of the swamps, even when planted as a street or park tree in well-drained ground.
Old English ac "oak tree," from Proto-Germanic *aiks (cf. Old Norse eik, Old Saxon and Old Frisian ek, Middle Dutch eike, Dutch eik, Old High German eih, German Eiche), of uncertain origin with no certain cognates outside Germanic.
The usual Indo-European base for "oak" (*derwo-/*dreu-) has become Modern English tree. Used in Biblical translations to render Hebrew elah (probably usually "terebinth tree") and four other words. The Old Norse form was eik, but as there were no oaks in Iceland the word came to be used there for "tree" in general.
Right; that's understood, let's get on: So I told you about that, okay, so the next thing was he jumped the fence
Yes; I agree; I accept that; I will do that
Is that all right? is that understood? COPPISH: I'm going now, okay?
[1839+; origin uncertain and the subject of essay after essay; Allen Walker Read is the great authority and has shown that the locution began as a bumpkin-imitating game among New York and Boston writers in the early 1800s, who used OK for ''oll korrect'']