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  • ak That seid-er were ak Moder his mene.
  • bk They are printed in P. bk.
  • kb 1 4 2 6 3 5 da' + d'k' + kb' + ah' + ch + ec' - = - = =- -= =
  • kc Similar to the drum line of the Chicago Bears, the Chiefs also have the "Rumble", a drum line consisting of male and female musicians who pump up the crowd at each home game, and at various community events with the cheerleaders and KC Wolf.
  • kg N Age Weight Height Grip, Kg. lbs. in. best hand
  • km total: 377,835 sq km land: 374,744 sq km water: 3,091 sq km note: includes Bonin Islands (Ogasawara-gunto), Daito-shoto, Minami-jima, Okino-tori-shima, Ryukyu Islands (Nansei-shoto), and Volcano Islands (Kazan-retto)
  • ko "Chico," Paolo answered, lingering on the first syllable, exactly as the tourista had done-"Chee-ko."
  • kr 43 " " There were thus three contemporary systems in Germany in 1670- 1. Reichs thaler, at 90 kr.
  • ks S + C{3} + KONO{5} = 3 CO{2} + N + KS.
  • kw Electricity: capacity: 150,000 kW production: 590 million kWh consumption per capita: 86 kWh (1993)
  • ky Hasty, 2 N. Y. C. A. G. Hamilton, 12 Ky.
  • uk Exports - partners: UK 16%, US 12%, Peru 11%, Argentina 10%, Colombia 7% (1998)
  • B 85 C, D; 60 B, C; 69 C; Meno 81 A; Phaed.
  • C Krause, De C. Sueton.
  • D 13. 13. 22 D. Cass.
  • G To G. H. Howison.
  • H " H.B.," he would reply; "if you can't put it down with that, you can't put it down at all."
  • J Ever yours, W. J. To Shadworth H. Hodgson.
  • K 1 19 0 k ...
  • L 74, 275. 2777 C.I. L. vi.
  • Q I went to Aberdeen Gully this morning having returned from H. Q. yesterday forenoon.
  • CK This is a .38 caliber Western shell with the identification mark Q-78, with the other markings of JH and CK on it, and also on the shell casing near the rear of the bullet is the name H-i-l-l, with which I marked it.
  • F Secretary, Mr. C. F. Hayes, 48, Swanage Road, Wandsworth.
  • MK Reply Obj. 3: Chrysostom compares a covetous man to the man who was possessed by the devil, not that the former is troubled in the flesh in the same way as the latter, but by way of contrast, since while the possessed man, of whom we read in Mk. 5, stripped himself, the covetous man loads himself with an excess of riches.
  • PK pk. Mexico 1820 D. S. S. flat.
  • KL In 1943 the camp was expanded and turned into one of many KL concentration camps.
  • KP Catherine Parr (alternatively spelled Katherine, Katheryn or Katharine, signed 'Katheryn the Quene KP) (1512 (1512) – 7 September 1548 (1548-09-08)) was Queen of England and Ireland (1543–47) as the last of the six wives of King Henry VIII, and the final queen consort of the House of Tudor.
  • KT K - B 7; 5 R - B 4 ch, K - Kt 6; 6 K - Q 3, K - Kt 7; 7 R - Kt 4 ch, K - R 6; 8 K - B 3, K - R 7. It should be noticed how often the White King has moved next to the Rook, not only to defend it, but also to reduce the mobility of the opposing King.
  • SK 5. Sound of A in certain words before ff, ft, ss, st, sk, sp, and in a few before nce and nt, marked a, as in staff.
  • WK In multiple studies, the formation of LTM (tested 24 h later) was found to be enhanced by corticosterone in some studies, while the persistence of LTM (tested at least 1 wk later) was only assisted by corticosterone in the late phase of memory consolidation and reconsolidation.
  • GK Gk. +Ambrosios+, lengthened form of +ambrotos+, immortal.
  • KN in the peine, under torture; see Kn. Ta. A 1133.
  • easy-going On the mesa, the tired horses broke into the little easy-going jog which mountain ponies love.

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