• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Ork (Zoöl. & Mythol) See Orc.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n ork See orc.
    • n ork A pitcher.
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In literature:

Trot came close behind him and then the Ork followed.
"The Scarecrow of Oz" by L. Frank Baum
The oracle hath orked, the sibyl hath sibbed.
"A Master's Degree" by Margaret Hill McCarter
Mantelish took a deep breath and began bellowing like a wounded thunder-ork.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz

In news:

Ork Posters is the design shop behind Chicago's popular neighborhood maps.
Odds are Will 'The Winner' Rogers wishes he was Mork from Ork.
Norwegian consumer goods and industrial conglomerate Orkla ASA (ORK.

In science:

Ob ject O ∈ ob(K ) is called initial if for any ob ject X ∈ ob(K ) the set M orK (O , X ) consists of single morphism.
Movable categories
As with the case of random finitely presented groups, we will w ork one prime at time.
Finite covers of random 3-manifolds
They are de fined in framew orks where valuations can assign more than two different truth values to formulas.
Preferential and Preferential-discriminative Consequence relations
Gallager, “Finding parity in simple broadcast netw orks ”, Trans. on Info.
On Distributed Computation in Noisy Random Planar Networks
Dorogovtsev S. N. & Mendes, J. F. F. [2003] “Evolution of Netw orks.
Synchronization in Random Geometric Graphs