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  • ak Kyrgyzstan unicameral Supreme Council or Jorgorku Kengesh (90 seats; members are elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms) elections: last held 16 December 2007 (next to be held in 2012) election results: Supreme Council - percent of vote by party - NA; seats by party - Ak Jol 71, Social Democratic Party 11, KCP 8
  • bk Bk Brother of Sir Isaac, served in Royal Americans, 6; death of, 7, 70. Brock, Harriet.
  • chukka A form of chukka boots originally worn by British soldiers in the Western Desert Campaign of World War II are desert boots.
  • hakka Local residents of Baitang are generally Hakka originally from Meizhou.
  • kauai Retiring to a secluded place, and concealing himself as much as possible from the notice of Kakuihewa, he secretly set about recruiting a small army of devoted men for an expedition against the island of Kauai.
  • kb The new prefixes kibi (kilobinary), mebi (megabinary), gibi (gigabinary) and tebi (terabinary) were also proposed at the time, and the proposed symbols for the prefixes were kb, Mb, Gb and Tb respectively, rather than Ki, Mi, Gi and Ti.
  • kc On October 13, The Batten Twins and their allies Ricky Harrison and Scotty Ace were beaten in an 8-man tag team match against Beau James, KC Thunder, PJ Sharp and Steve Flynn; the brothers had also defended their NCW/SSW titles against Ray Idol and Tony Givens that same night.
  • key Spalding gave them a key and they went to the house.
  • kg Among the nation's athletes were American-born sprinters Isaac Silafau and Jordan Mageo (the lone female of the team), lightweight judoka Benjamin Waterhouse (men's 73 kg), and weightlifter Tanumafili Jungblut, who led the delegation as American Samoas flag bearer in the opening ceremony.
  • kick And I can't kick him out like he was a-" "Now you are getting angry again!"
  • kicker Leaving the Alhambra he returned to the Kicker office, seating himself again at his desk.
  • kirk
  • km
  • knack
  • knacker
  • knock
  • knocker
  • ko
  • kook
  • kooky
  • kr
  • ks
  • kw
  • ky
  • markka
  • pukka
  • uk
  • C Acollas and Dr. C. Letourneau.
  • G The yield is 740-830 g.
  • J Written by J.E. Carpenter.
  • K 1880. K. Miehel: Die Geberdensprache.
  • Keck Charles Brantley Aycock is a bronze sculpture depicting the American politician of the same name by Charles Keck, installed in the United States Capitols crypt as part of the National Statuary Hall Collection.
  • Knicker
  • Q
  • Kay Then Sir Kay took the shield in his hands.
  • Kia Blackmores other principal occult interests include the Zos Kia Cultus, English Qabala, the art and magic of Austin Osman Spare and of Rosaleen Norton, Western Hermeticism, and astroarchaeology.
  • Nikki
  • CK In heart, a heterodimer (CK-MB) shahil consisting of one CK-B brain-type CK subunit and one CK-M muscle-type CK subunit is prominently expressed.
  • MK
  • PK
  • KL
  • KP
  • KT
  • SK
  • WK
  • GK Pearce, Joseph (1997), Wisdom and Innocence – A Life of GK Chesterton, Ignatius Press, ISBN 978-0-89870-700-7 .
  • NIKKEI
  • Keogh Mr., 516. Estimate of buffaloes, 391, 504, 509. Expedition for bison sent by the Smithsonian, 522, 529-546. Expeditions of the Red River half-breeds, 436, 437, 474. Extermination of the American bison: cause of the, 454. completeness of the, 521-525. effects of the, 525-527. methods employed in the, 465, 470, 478, 480, 483, 484. north of Union Pacific Railway, 502-513. progress of the, 484. share of the Indians in the, 478. south of the Union Pacific Railway, 498-502. west of the Rocky Mountains, 486. Extermination of American quadrupeds, 487, 491, 502. F. Fear, instinct of, in the bison, 432. Fee, Mr. C. S., favors extended by, 545. Festuca scabrella, 429. "Field," the London, quotation from, 523. Fleet, Henry, mention of bison on the Potomac, by, 378. Food of the bison, 426-434. "Forest and Stream," quotations from, 411, 511. Forney, Mr. A. H., 531. Fort Keogh, buffaloes near, 509. Fort, the Hon.
  • kicky
  • kookier
  • yukky
  • un-fulfilling

1 words made from the letters kkkkkkkk

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