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SECK. This word has two significations. 1. It means a warrant of remedy by distress. Litt. s. 218; and vide Rent. 2. It imports want of present fruit or profit, as in the case of the reversion without rent or other service, except fealty. Co. Litt. 151 b, note 5.

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Seck joined State Street in 2011 from the Singapore Exchange, where he served as chief financial officer for eight years.
The student was tracked to the hospital in Dakar that same day and was immediately quarantined, Seck said.
As Seck seeks to share her passion with as many hotels as possible, we won't hold this move against her, and are not surprised Farnek snapped her up.
Seck has masterminded DLC's expansion across Africa, in the process creating an organisation that is playing an important role in enabling Africa to seize the opportunity that the combination of ICT and education brings.
Ibanez opened Argentina's account on six minutes, bringing down Nicolas Tripichio's cross with his chest to tap it right of the Ivory Coast's goalkeeper Seck Diabagate.
Karl Seck, the company's president and CEO, told The Bellingham Herald that the biorefinery plant for the project will be built in Indiana, although the company's headquarters will remain in Ferndale.
980 suffrages (11,30%) et un autre ex-Prmier ministre de Wade, Idrissa Seck, 212.
Among the opposition leaders that he is meeting on Wednesday is Wade's former protege, ex-Prime Minister Idrissa Seck who is now running against the leader.
CARTHAGE (TAP) - Caretaker President Foued Mebazaa received, on Friday, Senegal's Ambassador in Tunis Saoudatou Ndiaye Seck who came to take leave at the end of her mission to Tunisia.
His regular mentions of mentor Mansour Seck are also touching.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Ecuadorian Parliament Speaker Wilfrido Lucero and President of Senegal's National Assembly Mamadou Seck are scheduled to visit Tehran in the next few days in a bid to explore avenues for the further expansion of their countries' ties and cooperation with Iran.
Bahrain is a hub for both Islamic and conventional finance and we want to build ties with its financial sector and learn from its experience," said SYM International Finance Corporation chief executive officer Dr Birahim Seck.