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  • n. The ISO 639 alpha-2 language code for Slovak.
  • abbr. skip


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  • Not your paranoid, negative world you insist on living in .. sk

    Obama and daughters visit frozen custard shop

  • Found a website for a Swedish magazine called sköna hem.

    Sköna hem

  • She couldn't wait to tell Kindan that Risk's name had been predetermined — that watch-whers picked a name that matched their human's, and that their names always ended in "sk".

    Dragon's Kin

  • He said this so quietly and with an air of calmness which contrasted so strongly with Mrs Dashwood's excitement, that Little Jim gave vent to an irresistible "sk" and blew his nose violently to distract attention from it.

    Life in the Red Brigade London Fire Brigade

  • Little Jim replied by a sound which can only be represented by the letters "sk," pronounced in the summit of the nose.

    Life in the Red Brigade London Fire Brigade

  • replace the "sk" with the code of your language, or change the language with the pull-down menu in the *main* frame REPRESSIVE ESPERANTO.

  • $sort_key = request_var ( 'sk', $default_sort_key);

  • 'sk' = > array ( 'val' = > $sort_key, 'keep' = > true),

  • In Old Norse, the root appears in the word for “cloud,” sk, that thing that conceals the sun, and from which English takes its own bright and glorious word sky, a welcome alternative to the heavier heofon, an Old English word that Modern English has preserved as heaven.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Philippe Petit dared to walk across the high wire from Tower to Tower of the World Trade Center back on August 7, 1974. via kox. sk

    The Man Who Walked Between The Towers


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