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Kin

A unit of weight in Japan equivalent to 600 grams.
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Asher and Kinsman applied the Leonid model to simulate meteoroid-sized particles attributed to Comet Halley's passages from as early as 1404 BC in order to identify years when meteor outbursts might have been seen on Earth.
Kinsman said withdrawing an ambassador should never really be an option.
While Hawthorne's comedy in his short fiction exhibits all of these elements, it is the tragic-comic dimension, where the comical is combined with the serious, that stands out in "My Kinsman, Major Molineux.
As Kinsman and Gentile make clear in The Canadian War on Queers: National Security as Sexual Regulation, the campaign's damaging effects on the thousands of Canadians caught up in its web of suspicion, intrigue and purges deserve far greater attention than they have traditionally received.
Justin Greco doubled home Kinsman in the first, singled home Kinsman in the third and added a sacrifice fly in the fifth, scoring Kinsman again.
In this book, Kinsman (Sociology, Laurentian University) and Gentile (Women's and Gender Studies, Carleton University) argue that the real reason for violating the civil rights and freedoms of thousands of gay and lesbian Canadians was not to protect "national security.
The publication's gift package includes a private tour of the Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland, conducted by the malt master Biran Kinsman.
Peek-a-Boo: "Bagpuss;" Scottish Fold cat; Kinsman, Ohio
Habitat's 1970s-inspired OMK chair by Rodney Kinsman costs pounds 139, has a metal seat and comes with a handy carry handle.
An Australian, Kinsman was appointed CEO of Oman's Sohar Aluminium (SA) in 2004.
Dickens would have seen a kinsman in the creator of 'Paulie Walnuts' Gauitieri," Remnick salutes approvingly.