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What does USK stand for?

USK stands for Cusk

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Albacore: Matt Sheehan, 32 pounds, 7 ounces; black sea bass, David Medeiros, 7-2; bluefish, Joseph Diodati, 14-11; bonito, Ryan King, 11-6; cusk, Steve Borgati, 20-10; false albacore, Gardiner Bridge, 14-2; fluke, Damon Bullock, 11-12; haddock, Mike Romano, 13-11; mako shark, Upton's Robert Sylvester, 411-0; pollock, Michael Wall, 22-8; porbeagle shark, Bill Murphy, 447-0; scup, Henry Logan, 3-13; Spanish mackerel, Robert Neri, 6-11; striped bass, Jacques Boisvert, 53-10; tautog, Megan Winton, 11-13; thresher shark, Robert Eldredge, 446-0; winter flounder, Brian Barda, 5-0.
In her novel Cusk shows us a striking vignette of a woman's initial seduction and then increasingly unhappy relation to the 'happy objects' towards which she has oriented herself and her desires.
This is particularly evident in the writings of new mothers who document the shock of finding themselves relegated to the margins and feeling they have "returned to some primitive, shameful condition," as Rachel Cusk comments in A Life's Work: On Becoming a Mother.
Rachel Cusk, Allison Pearson, Judith Warner, Linda Hirshman, Leslie Bennetts have all brought their own particular insight to the muddle that is modern motherhood.
ISBN 978-0-374-10080-3 ONE CAN READ many reviews praising the British writer Rachel Cusk for her similarity to such literary greats as Anton Chekov and Virginia Woolf.
The other contenders for the prize were Rachel Cusk for Arlington Park, Xiaolu Guo for A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary For Lovers, Anne Tyler for Digging To America, Jane Harris for The Observations and Man Booker winner Kiran Desai for The Inheritance of Loss.
This year's shortlist is made up of six writers, including: Rachel Cusk for Arlington Park; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie for Half of a Yellow Sun; and Xiaolu Guo for A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers.