Synonyms for shik or Related words with shik

gyu              beom              hyeok              yeong              woong              deok              kyeong              byung              pyung              gyeong              cheol              kyoung              taek              myeong              joong              ryong              ryul              gyung              chul              kwang              byeong              keun              hyeong              hyung              gwang              hyeon              seong              heon              byul              seol              kyong              hwakim              hyuk              seon              byeon              seok              kyu              sook              wook              ryeol              hwan              ryeon              nyeo              suk              heepark              byun              hyong              kyung              deuk              haeng             

Examples of "shik"
In 1986, Jong-jin Kim, Tae-kwan Jeon, Jae-ha Yoo, and Ki-ho Jang formed a group named “Hyeon-shik Kim and Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul (meaning spring, summer, fall, winter in Korea)” with the late Hyeon-shik Kim. Jae-ha Yoo left the group, Seong-shik Park joined, and they released a record, “Hyeon-shik Kim and Bom Yeo-reum Gaeul Kyeo-ul” . The album carries a song “Lonely afternoon,” which was written and composed by Jong-jin Kim.
It is presumed that Du-shik, the teachers, and students had successfully exposed the corruption. Du-shik earned a diploma equivalency while in jail and is congratulated by his superior, who feels that maybe he needs even more education to run the territory. He asks Du-shik to start writing in English, and then tells him that he needs to go to college.
Kim Yang-shik is a Korean poet, essayist and Indologist.
Nazarov's music in Shik (2003) was nominated for an award.
Maharam Shik authored responsa on all four parts of the Shulchan Aruch and the 613 Mitzvot; these "She'elot U'Tshuvot - MaHaram Shik" contain over 1000 discussions, on all issues of life, and are published in 3 volumes.
SHIK was created in 1991 by the Albanian People's Assembly as SHIK, acronym of "Shërbimi Informativ Kombëtar" (National Intelligence Service), but it later changed its name in SHISH. It replaced the Sigurimi.
Reverend Young Shik Rhee (이영식, 1894–1981) founded Daegu School for the Blind Children (대구맹아학교).
The organization ceased to exist in name in July 1991 and was replaced by the National Informative Service (SHIK). In early 1992, information on the organization, responsibilities, and functions of the SHIK was not available in Western publications. Some Western observers believed, however, that many of the officers and leaders of the SHIK had served in the Sigurimi and that the basic structures of the two organizations were similar.
In November 1999, SHIK was renamed SHISH. The current director is Visho Ajazi Lika.
Kim had several children and grandchildren. Kim's brother was Yong Shik Kim.
The Massacre of 28 February 1997 was the attack on SHIK building in Vlorë.
On April 1, 1997, Bashkim Fino prime minister of Albania announced that SHIK activity would be suspended effectively from March 31. SHIK Director Bashkim Gazidede and his deputy, Bujar Rama, resigned from duty. On May 30, the president named Arben Karkini as the new head of SHIK. He was succeeded by Fatos Klosi after the Socialist Party of Albania won the July 1997 parliamentary elections. In October 1997, the United States Central Intelligence Agency sent a team of experts to assist the government in restructuring the SHIK.
Sa Bang-ji () is a 1988 South Korean film directed by Song Kyung-shik.
Park Heung-sik (also spelled Park Heung-shik) may refer to:
After getting into trouble at their seminary, seminarians Gyu-shik and Seon-dal are sent into the country for a month of service under the elderly Father Nam. Upon their arrival, Gyu-shik meets Father Nam's niece, Bong-hie, who has flown across from the United States to see her boyfriend. However, when her boyfriend ends their relationship, Bong-hie finds herself stranded at her uncle's church with nowhere else to go. At first she and Gyu-shik struggle to get along, but eventually they become attracted to one another, and Gyu-shik is forced to question his commitment to the priesthood.
Kosovo Intelligence Service (Alb. Shërbimi Informativ i Kosovës) more commonly known by its Albanian acronym SHIK was an underground intelligence organization credited with post-war murders of political figures in Kosovo. SHIK reported its official disbandment in 2008. Key figures in SHIK were current Speaker of Parliament of Republic of Kosovo, Kadri Veseli, and MPs Elmi Reçica, Fadil Demaku, Bekim Haxhiu and former MPs Fatmir Xhelili and Latif Gashi, Trepça CEO Ferat Shala and Ilmi Ramadani.
The two developing relationships between Hyun-shik and the prostitute and Hyun-shik and Hee-jin move the plot. Hee-jin looks after Hyun-shik, even saving him from two suicide attempts, the second one accomplished gruesomely by swallowing a string of fish hooks. The prostitute continues to take more and more time off her schedule to visit Hyun-shik, oblivious to his troubles and eventually Hee-jin becomes jealous. During one visit, Hee-jin ferries the prostitute to an empty float instead of Hyun-shik's, ties her up and duct tapes her mouth shut, which eventually leads to her death as she falls into the water. The next morning Hee-jin finds her drowned and submerges her body tied to her motorbike. The prostitute's pimp, who comes to find out what's happening, falls in the water after a fight with Hyun-shik. Hee-jin appears in the water and kills the pimp. He is then submerged near the prostitute.
Kosovo MPs attempted to conduct a parliamentary investigation into SHIK in 2012 however they could not muster the necessary votes.
Shin Bong-shik (born May 31, 1992 in Ansan) is a South Korean snowboarder, specializing in Alpine snowboarding.
Lee Won-Shik (born May 16, 1973) is former South Korean football player for mostly Bucheon SK in South Korea.