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KES

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Kenyan Shilling.

KES

ISO 4217 code for the Kenyan shilling. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the first East African shilling.
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Even then, at 105-8, KES kept battling, and only 30 runs were needed o the last four overs.
Alongside its current wholly owned subsidiaries Niagara LaSalle Corporation ("Niagara LaSalle") and Michigan Seamless Tube, LLC ("MST"), Optima Specialty Steel's acquisition of KES contributes to its long-term strategy of further establishing itself as a leading player in the specialty steel market while providing unparalleled customer service.
The parade through Bridge Street is followed by The Quill Pageant - where a costume character William Shakespeare hands over a symbolic quill to the head boy of KES who will use it to signal the start of the flag unfurling ceremony.
As many as 80 per cent of pupils at KES were once funded by the Direct Grant system - where the Government paid for school places for pupils who passed the 11-plus - until it was scrapped in 1979.
KES recently won its first round match in the Daily Mail Cup, beating King Edward School, Aston, and will face the strong Kings School, Worcester, tomorrow.
The proof of this attitude here at KES is the ratification of this unprecedented labor agreement which will give our customers nearly a decade of stable supply as well security and support for our employees.
Our financial statements reflect the full operations of Faneuil from October 18, 2013 through March 31, 2014, and the discontinued operations of KES from October 1, 2012 through February 5, 2013.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service has delayed its response to a request for merger between GEH and KES until the end of the year.
The boys, who all study GCSE Design and Technology at KES, were inspired to enter after a mentoring day with the Computer Science department at Birmingham University.
By next month KES hopes to have increased the number of assessors from four to ten.