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Kin

A unit of weight in Japan equivalent to 600 grams.
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Then, by a sudden revolution from hope to utter despair, he fell upon his knees, and commenced a prayer, in which cries for mercy to God and to his kinsman were wildly and blasphemously mingled.
This is the fourth product that AbsolutelyNew has licensed to Kinsman Enterprises in the last two years.
Only 18,000 bottles of this exceptional limited-edition, created by Malt Master Brian Kinsman, will be available in the United States.
If you're following the letter of the law, you're not protecting your children," said Arthur Kinsman of AAA Southern New England.
At Cheltenham, Daltmore was fifth to T racys Special in the Ritz Club Chase, and Ballinacurra Lad filled the same place behind A Kinsman in the Sun Alliance Chase.
4) Steve Martin, right, endures a school conference thanks to twin sons Shane, left, and Brent Kinsman, in ``Cheaper by the Dozen.
Still, one year on, Mr Will Kinsman of the financial advisers Sedgwick Noble Lowndes suggests it is time for the four million to consider whether they are getting the most out of their shareholdings.
Jackson grew up in Cleveland's Kinsman neighborhood and graduated from John Adams High School.
edu) featured Canadian diplomat and democracy activist Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman as commencement speaker.
Has been running well without success and beaten just over a length by Kinsman at Lingfield six days ago.
Stars called on the carpet included Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Shaquille O'Neal, adorable Hilary Duff in white leather 'n' lace, Piper Perabo and those terrific twins, Shane and Brent Kinsman.
Finding good independent advice can be as hard as ever," warned Mr Will Kinsman of Sedgwick Noble Lowndes, Britain's biggest independent financial adviser.