Meaning K
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n. the shorthand symbol for "contract" used almost universally by...
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K is the symbol for potassium, the major positive ion (cation) found inside of cells. The chemical notation for potassium is K+. The proper level of potassium is essential for normal cell function. An abnormal increase of potassium (hyperkalemia) or decrease of potassium (hypokalemia) can profoundly affect the nervous system and heart, and when ext [..]
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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying the issue has no voting rights.
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Smoke- Smoke in various concentrations can cause significant problems for people with respiratory ailments. It becomes a more universal hazard when visibilities are reduced to ¼ mile or less.
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1. Kilo: Metric unit representing 1000. E.g.: 1kHz is a 1 kilohertz (1000 Hertz). Note that the k is always lowercase. In digital systems, "K" or "k" is often used to mean 210, that is, 1024. This is not well-standardized but it's usually apparent from context. On the Maxim site, we use upper-case K to mean 1024 and lower-c [..]
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Abbreviation for Kelvin.
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Abbreviation for black in four-color process printing. Hence the 'K' in CMYK.
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eleventh Roman letter, from Greek kappa, from Phoenician kaph or a similar Semitic source, said to mean literally "hollow of the hand" and to be so called for its shape. Little used in class [..]
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     Return to Top
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Top of Page
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An abbreviation for kilobyte; it contains 1,024 bytes; in turn 1,024 kilobytes is equal to one megabyte. 
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Abbreviation of Karat
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OK
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Kiss
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Online: 1. A term of acknowledgement; esp. without particular interest.
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The 11th letter of the alphabet. Fourth letter of the F bomb. Prefix for kilo which equals 1000 People too lazy to spell "OK" use this letter instead. A strikeout in baseball. -.- in [..]
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1: the response a girl uses when she is pissed off at you, if you dont tell her what she wants to hear, or if you are just straight up annoying 2: the shortened version of "okay" 3: [..]
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1. A short version of "ok" (used mostly online) 2. Slang name for an "AK-47" 3. A letter of the alphabet
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Stands for the number 1000. Most often used to refer to a monetary figure.
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The ultimate insult. If someone texts you this, they're pretty angry or they just don't like you.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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ketamine- 2-(2-Chlorophenyl)-2-(methylamino)- cyclohexanone. powered god
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Slightly unhappy man with a mustache.
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Less common form of :. 1. Reffering to a vampire or vampiric tendancies 2. Showing fangy displeasure, or ebilness. 3. Telling someone you hate them and are out to make them bleed. Badly.
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The :| smiley enjoying a slice of pizza.
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The smiley referring to one with vampire grills.
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A snake sticking its tongue out. Usually used when someone disses you and/or just cozz snakes rule.
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The smiley used to illustrate a snake.
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when someone texts you something that makes you really angry and you want to say fuck you so you decide to say something much worse.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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A phrase for people who can't type 'kk.' N00bs type it because they say their nerd gamer friend from the '90s type it.
Source: urbandictionary.com

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I.S.S principle. A basic principle of communication advising that messages should be as short and simple as possible (an abbreviation for keep it short and simple). [GB]
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letter used to represent 1,000.
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L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |
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karyotype A systemitized arrangement of the chromosomes from a cell
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K or k Number prefix meaning 1000 or in computer usage, the similar 210. In some conventions, k means 1000 and K means 210. See Number Prefix Table.
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   ok
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The standard abbreviation for the quantity of capital goods, especially for the analysis of production. The letter "K" is used even though capital begins with a "C" because "C [..]
Source: glossary.econguru.com

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The shorthand symbol for "contract" used by lawyers and law students.
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No glossary terms are available at this time.
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the abbreviation for potassium; the last of three letters (N-P-K) used on packaged fertilizers to denote the percentage (by weight) of potassium contained; potassium contributes to a plant’s overa [..]
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The chemical symbol for postassium.
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Kick Out
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GOLF TERMS LETTER K
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Kicker
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Kid Leather --
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Abbreviation for kelvin(s). See thermodynamic temperature. 2. When referring to data storage capacity, 210, or 1024 in decimal notation; however this usage of an upper case K is deprecated.
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/K/ [from kilo-] n. A kilobyte. This is used both as a spoken word and a written suffix (like meg and gig for megabyte and gigabyte). See {quantifiers}.
Source: hacker-dictionary.com

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TOP OF PAGE
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Kalashnikov. Captured Soviet rifles used widely in Afghanistan.
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Back to Top Koran. The common English spelling of the holy book of Islam. Most Muslims spell it Qur'an.
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Strikeouts
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L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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hetuvim
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Kaagad Adv quickly; as soon as possible
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Election season, management style, and the metal fabricator
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Written abbreviation for one thousand. Written abbreviation for kilobyte(s).
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Dictionary of Computer and Internet Terms OK.
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in reference to computers, “k" stands for kilobyte or 1000 (actually 1024) units of memory/storage. These units are counted in bytes; therefore, a computer of 64K has the storage area for 64 kilobytes of data.
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TOP
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keratin
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adverb Definition: An extremely shortened form of OK. Example Sentence: "Would you please go and take out the trash?" asked mother. "K "replied Vict [..]
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Noun. 1. A thousand, a kilogram, a kilobyte. 2. Ketamine. An animal anaesthetic taken illicitly for its unusual semi-hallucinogenic qualities.
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Type Connector - A coax connector used in high frequency applications.
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Kelvin, the unit of measurement used for absolute temperatures and color temperatures.
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Formal message.
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OK
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kiss
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OK
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60) Klout
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keratoconus (kehr-uh-toh-KOH-nus). Degenerative corneal disease affecting vision. Characterized by generalized thinning and cone-shaped protrusion of the central cornea, usually in both eyes. Heredita [..]
Source: eyeglossary.net

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kerning:  A way of setting printed type so that adjacent characters appear to overlap, reducing the amount of horizontal space they require.
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Kilohertz (kHz)
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SI unit prefix kilo, or 103
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chemistry - the element potassium, or potassium ion
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GO TO TOP |
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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The four colors used in the process color printing method, which, when printed, produce a full color image.
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KAYAK
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kilowatt
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Key generation
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Kaikaku
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Knockout mouse
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center; font-size:x-small; color:#800080">Go to Top
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Kickdown A downshift in an automatic transmission caused by depressing the throttle.
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See Boltzmann constant.
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Klout – a score developed from your social following, influence, reach – predominantly based on Twitter but now with reference to your other social presence. Subject to some controversy as to its accuracy, but without a doubt it is one of those things that people look at when assessing whether to follow and it is often a KPI in measuring busine [..]
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Know Your Client guidelines:
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Keywords: used in SEO tactics, these are words used in post titles and headers that are easily picked up by search engines and can help your growth and traffic (See SEO, below)
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TOP
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(acronym) Short for OK, okay.
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Kermit A popular file transfer protocol developed by Columbia University. Because Kermit runs in most operating enviroments, it provides an easy method of file transfer. Kermit is not the same as FTP.
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A kilobyte (K for short) is a unit of measure, just like ounces and pounds. But instead of weight, kilobytes measures how much space a file takes up on a hard disk (or any kind of disk or other storag [..]
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" terms at this time.
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K   Ka-band   K-band   Kilo   Ku-band  
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The study of personality analysis by Blood type. It has become a nearly indispensible part of Japanese popular culture. Most of Japanese women and members of the younger generation believe that there [..]
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K-Bus (Courier)
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   [ Back To Top ] Kilo (K) A metric prefix meaning 1000 or 103.
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Return to Top Kilovolts (kV) - Specifies the amount of electric force carried through a high voltage transmission line. In the United States, the standard voltage for use in the home is 120 v [..]
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Back to Top --
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abb. N M Kaeso/Caeso (Roman praenomen); (abb. K.)
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To be branded with a K (kalumnia). So, according to the Lex Memmia, false accusers were branded in the forehead.
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The three bad K’s. The Greeks so called the Ka’rians, Kre’tans, and Kilik’ians. The Romans retained the same expression, though they spelt the three nations with C [..]
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Lite: Kazaa Lite - Kazaa Lite, also known as K-Lite, is a peer-to-peer file-sharing computer program. Kazaa Lite is an unauthorized modification of the Kazaa Media Desktop application which excludes a [..]
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Meleon - K-Meleon is a web browser by the Mozilla Foundation to provide a light-weight browser running under Microsoft Windows by using the operating system's native interface for the application [..]
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Kilowatt (kW)
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1. A unit of measurement of computer storage capacity, 2^10 or 1024. 2. Kelvin, a unit of thermodynamic temperature.
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1. Abbreviation for the prefix kilo-, meaning one thousand. 2. Kilobyte. One thousand bytes (103) or 1024 (210) bytes. A unit of measurement used for computer file sizes. 2. Okay (chat).
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A
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kW: Kilowatt-one thousand watts
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Kilowatt (kW): One thousand watts, measure of demand for power.
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Back to top
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KINETIC ENERGY Energy that a substance or body has by virtue of its mass (weight) and velocity.
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Kiln-Dried
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KV
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One thousand. See kilobit.
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In metric terms, one thousand (1000). In computer memory and storage terms, two to the tenth power, or 1,024 bytes.
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There are no definitions in this section.
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  Also, kip; A load of 1000 pounds. See ksi.
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KJACK: NAU’s student-run radio station
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top
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k is from the metric system. It means kilo, or 1000.   Back   Back   Home  |  Contact Us  |  About Us  |  Advertise  |  Car Audio How to Links  |  Join!  |  Log-In
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key Pitch relationships that establish a tone as tonal center or tonic. The key of a work is typically classified as a major or minor depending on the scale from which the notes are drawn. A work said [..]
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kräftig (Ger) – strongly
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kinesthetic listening A presumed listening mode that is characterized by the auditor's compulsion to move. Feet may tap, hands may conduct, or the listener may feel the urge to dance. The experience is not so much one of `listening' to the music, as the music `permeating' the body. Kinesthetic listening is best described as `motivati [..]
Source: music-cog.ohio-state.edu

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kettle drums - or tympani. A very large drum made of copper or brass. Most often used in orchestras and symphonies. This drum has a foot pedal that is attached to the head mechanism. When the foot pedal is depressed, the kettle drum makes a unique, "boing" type of sound.
Source: musicglossary.com

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Key off velocity
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Key – the way in which the pitch relationships indicate the central tone about which the harmonic scheme of the piece revolves. Music that is in a “key” is usually either in a Major Key or a min [..]
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Kelvin, a temperature scale based upon absolute zero used as a specification for noise performance of telecommunications devices.
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Kindergarten
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Köchel, Ludwig; cataloguer of Mozart’s compositions. We use the K. numbers from the sixth and newest edition, followed the original, traditional K. number in parentheses if they differ.
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This page provides an alphabetical listing of some of the basic hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, camping, and archaeological terms that one might encounter while preparing for an adventure in canyon country. The definitions on these pages are meant only as a beginning, a point from which to get familiar as quickly as possible with the jargon of [..]
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A value used to indicate the color temperature of light.
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K (Kilobyte):
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The unit of absolute temperature, ie., degrees above absolute zero. Named after Lord Kelvin, who was the first to show that there is a degree of coldness below which it is not possible to go. 0K = -273.16°C. When a temperature is expressed in Kelvin, the ° symbol is not used, ie., eg., 0°C = 273.16K. See also Colour Temperature
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Potassium (kalium).
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Kelp: A type of algae used in food, especially in Asian cuisine. It can also be processed to extract useful substances like alginate, which is used as a thickener in various commercially produced foods. Kelp can be purchased in a wide variety of forms, from fresh to dried, and it is also a component ingredient in an assortment of foods. In some cas [..]
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Visas
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Key stages – The four stages of pupils’ progress in acquiring knowledge and skills as set out in the national curriculum. Pupils are tested at the end of each stage: Key Stage 1, where the majorit [..]
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I wish to communicate with you. See also: Signals. Search for Flag books on Amazon.co.uk
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KNOT
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Termination of a policy because of failure to pay the premium.
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Return to top
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Killed vaccine
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L Lesion-- An abnormal change in the structure of an organ, due to injury or disease. [7]
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Keystone species
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No entries for letter 'K'.
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] [L
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back to top
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   L
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Keywords
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n. the shorthand symbol for "contract" used almost universally by lawyers and law students.
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Kansas City Preventive Patrol Experiment
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(empty)  
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ingdom
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    Kayrrud n. "Kayrrud, in Brittany (not further identified)," place name; not in MED. KEY: kayrrud@n#propn
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Thousand (e.g., 40K = 40,000)
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a strike out.
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Okay.
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The Algebraic Notation symbol used to record actions made by the King.
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1. degrees Kelvin 2. Potassium 3. carrying capacity
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KSmoke- Smoke in various concentrations can cause significant problems for people with respiratory ailments. It becomes a more universal hazard when visibilities are reduced to ¼ mile or less.
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Keynesian economics An economic theory originated by the British economist John Maynard Keynes and his followers. Keynes maintained that governments should use the power of the budget to maintain economic growth and stability and overcome the recessionary cycles common in most western economies.
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The chemical symbol for postassium.
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Kelvin – a unit of temperature equal to one degree on the Celsius scale and 1.8 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale; also the absolute temperature scale defined so that 0 kelvin is absolute zero.
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(acr.) 1) Kilo, used to indicate thousands of something, usually gil or experience points.
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When shown as 23k is the weight allowance shown on a ticket. Example, 23k is a maximum free baggage allowance of 23 kilos.
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Booking class - use varies depending upon airline
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keel timber or steel structure along the base of a ship
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Permeability
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Kerosene - A petroleum distillate. Included are the two grades designated in ASTM D3699: No. 1-K and No. 2-K, and all grades of kerosene called range or stove oil. Kerosene is used in space heaters, cook stoves and water heaters and is suitable for use as an illuminant when burned in wick lamps.
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The standard abbreviation for the quantity of capital goods, especially for the analysis of production. The letter "K" is used even though capital begins with a "C" because "C [..]
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Back to Index
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(Disc)  suffix occurring on nouns indicating a more central relationship to the proposition and on nonmain clause verbs indicating various discourse functions including identity of referent in a swit [..]
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nowledge Bases.
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Revised Program Report.
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n. the shorthand symbol for "contract" used almost universally by lawyers and law students.
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Smoke- Smoke in various concentrations can cause significant problems for people with respiratory ailments. It becomes a more universal hazard when visibilities are reduced to ?Ǭº mile or less.
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[Back to Top]
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Key Cards – The most expensive, desirable, or important cards in a set.
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An abbreviation meaning: kilo (a prefix for 1000).
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An abbreviation meaning Kick Drum.
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(legal,informal) A contract. ----
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Korean ''K-pop; K-drama'' ----
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Keel
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kickstand, king dong, king kong, knob,
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kicking the tires, knock boots,
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Kidney
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K (named kay ) is the eleventh letter of the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet. In English, the letter K usually represents the voiceless velar plosive.
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K is a proprietary array processing language developed by Arthur Whitney and commercialized by Kx Systems. Since then, an open-source implementation known as Kona has also been developed. The language [..]
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K is the debut album by Kula Shaker, released on 16 September 1996. When it was released, it became the fastest selling debut album in Britain since Elastica's debut the previous year. The album reach [..]
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K was a short-lived Filipino television miniseries aired on IBC-TV that told the fictional story of the country being ruled by Communists. Made on a low budget, this series enjoyed a huge following am [..]
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K is a cider manufactured and distributed by C&C Group plc.
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K is the eleventh letter of the Latin alphabet. K may also refer to:
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Kang Yoon-sung (born November 16, 1983 in Goyang), better known by his stage name K, is a pop singer from South Korea under contract in Japan. In 2004, after achieving little success with his first al [..]
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The Tutts are a five-piece New Zealand rock band who, on the 21 November 2006, released their first single, titled "K". The song "K" is featured on C4, a New Zealand music televisi [..]
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The Tutts are a five-piece New Zealand rock band who, on the 21 November 2006, released their first single, titled "K". The song "K" is featured on C4, a New Zealand music televisi [..]
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For the earlier KK service, see J/Z (New York City Subway service). The K Eighth Avenue Local, earlier the AA, was a rapid transit service of the New York City Subway. Its route bullet was colored blu [..]
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K is a 2002 film directed by Iranian American multimedia artist Shoja Azari. The film is based on three short stories by Franz Kafka - "The Married Couple," "In the Penal Colony" a [..]
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K is a limited edition photographic book by Australian pop artist Kylie Minogue and her creative director William Baker. It was released to coincide with her KylieX2008 world tour in 2008. Only 1,000 [..]
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See Also: Bengal Horse Artillery Batteries K (Hondeghem) Battery is a battery of 5th Regiment Royal Artillery in the Royal Artillery. It currently serves in the Surveillance and Target Acquisition rol [..]
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Krishna Kumar (better known by his stage name K) is an Indian music composer working primarily in films and documentaries.
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K (also called K Project) is a 2012 anime series animated by the studio GoHands and directed by Shingo Suzuki, who also serves as character designer for the series. It began airing on MBS on October 5 [..]
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