Kile


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Kile

A Turkish measure of volume approximately equivalent to 0.037 cubic meters, or slightly less than 10 gallons. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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Kiles is majorly involved with market validation and commercialization of technology in his positions with DOE's Lab-Corps program and Livermore Labs where he aims on increasing the transfer of technologies pertinent to sustainable transportation, renewable power, water and energy efficiency.
Kiles said, This initiative brings together a powerful team of strong, successful executives with extensive relationships in industry, government and finance.
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