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Kip

A unit of weight equivalent to 1,000 pounds.
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The bleakness of August, Kip and Clare's circumstances as summer fades and they contemplate how they will brave the advancing winter echoes the existential anxiety of Out Cry (1973), however the two plays differ in tone and mood.
Clr Margaret Bates, Kirklees Cabinet's member for health and adult services, praised the scheme and said: "To gain five stars Kips Cafe has worked to very high standards of compliance with food safety legislation and demonstrated best practice.
And after years of unsuccessfully promoting the kip by word of mouth, the national government is now taking to the television airwaves to regularly broadcast an advertisement equating "patriotism" and use of the kip to make daily purchases.
Abid Wazir Khan, Chief Executive, KIPS while talking to reporter said that KIPS did not receive any orders from the education department, that is why the schools and colleges remained opened.
Under the offering, Kips Bay reportedly received aggregate net proceeds of approximately USD5.
The R4 DSCs can be scaled based on mooring load and range in size between 1510 kips and 6920 kips (6717kN to 30,782kN).
For example, statements in this press release regarding Kips Bay Medical expectations of further approvals and patient enrollments are forward-looking statements.
Hosted by the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, the event draws some of the nation's top design talent for a month-long showcase that draws over 15,000 visitors.
She convinced The Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club to break tradition with their East Side townhouse location and move west.
This designer show house that benefits the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club will open to the public on April 24 in a landmark building originally designed by architect Gordon Bunshaft for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in 1952.
Cooper Square Realty has been chosen to manage Kips Bay Towers effective January 1, 2006.