Examples from the Web for fisk
I own my home and I sent my daughter to Fisk University where she was graduated.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration
Fisc, fisk, n. the state treasury: the public revenue: one's purse.
Such a Commencement as was observed at Fisk this year does much to bring about that blessed day.
And to such doctrines, Dr. Fisk eagerly aid earnestly subscribes.The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus|American Anti-Slavery Society
We call special attention to the report from Fisk University, in reference to the higher grades of education.
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2002, an Internet argument tactic involving a reprinting of an article or blog post, interlarded with rebuttals and refutations, often intended to show the original is a sandpile of flawed facts, unfounded assertions, and logical fallacies. Named for English journalist Robert Fisk (b.1946), Middle East correspondent for the "Independent," whose writing often criticizes America and Israel and is somewhat noted for looseness with details. Related: Fisked; fisking.