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Kip

A unit of weight equivalent to 1,000 pounds.
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Building for the townhouse used as this year's Kips Bay Show House began in 1898, and was not completed until the turn of the 20th Century, when Mr.
I am thrilled that the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club decided to take this leap of faith and head west.
21, the central bank also launched a new savings deposit campaign, with an annual interest rate of 60%, in a bid to collect and funnel 75 billion kips back the financial system.
18 at an auction at the Kips Bay Holiday Wonders event in the Brunschwig & Fils showroom in New York City, with all proceeds from the auction to benefit Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club.
Kips Cafe won the five star award for hygiene as part of Kirklees Council's Scores on the Doors scheme.
7) of 2 to 2-3/4 inches ranged from about 4 to 6 kips (kip = 1,000 poundf), whereas 2-inch tenons with end distances from 3 to about 4 inches ranged from about 6 to 7.
This first drop gives you enough momentum to start the kip with a little assistance.
The Delmar subsea connector (DSC) with R4 grade metals boosts load capacity by up to 2400 kips from the earlier R3 version.
We are pleased that our carpet will be put to good use after the ADHD Show at Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club," said Alex Peykar, principal of Nourison.
KIPS CEO said that institutions would be closed after government instructions, adding that he did not receive any complaints from the parents or students.
If the units are above the 20th floor, you are dealing with another $50,000," said Binder, explaining this is a strong, middle class location in what is known as Kips Bay.