Sark

Sark (Sercq; Sercquiais: Sèr or Cerq) is a small island in the Channel Islands in the southwestern English Channel, off the coast of Normandy, France. It is a royal fief, which forms part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, with its own set of laws based on Norman law and its own parliament. It has a population of about 600. Sark (including the nearby ...
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SARK

The SARK (Search and Rescue Knife) or NSAR (Navy Search and Rescue) is a folding knife designed by Knifemaker Ernest Emerson for use as a Search and Rescue knife for the US Military. It features a hawkbill with a blunt tip in order to cut free trapped victims without cutting them in the process. A variant with a pointed-tip designed for police use...
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Sark

• (v. t.) To cover with sarking, or thin boards. • (n.) A shirt.
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Sark

Sark noun [ Anglo-Saxon serce , syrce , a shirt; akin to Icelandic serkr , Swedish särk .] A shirt. [ Scot.]
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Sark

Sark transitive verb (Carp.) To cover with sarking, or thin boards.
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Sark

NATO designation for soviet submarine-launched ballistic missile R-21 [SU]
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Sark

one of the Channel Islands (q.v.), in the English Channel. Sark lies 7 miles (11 km) east of Guernsey and about 25 miles (40 km) west of the ... [1 related articles]
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Sark

One of the Channel Islands, 10 km/6 mi east of Guernsey; area 5 sq km/2 sq mi; population (2001) 644. There is no town or village. It is divided into Great and Little Sark, linked by an isthmus, and is of great natural beauty. The Seigneurie of Sark was established by Elizabeth I, the ruler being known as Seigneur/Dame, and has ...
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Sark

Sark, Fr. Sercq (serk), island (1991 pop. 575), 2 sq mi (5 sq km), in the English Channel, E of Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands. It is divided into Great Sark and Little Sark, which are connected by a natural causeway, the Coupée. The interior is reached through tunnels from Creux Harbou...
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