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Kin

A unit of weight in Japan equivalent to 600 grams.
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An earlier study described how chronic sorrow affected the next of kin of people with MS based on a sample of 10 next of kin (Hainsworth, 1996).
I was a part of it, in a way, with travelling around with Next of Kin.
Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) [India], Jan 1 ( ANI ): Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jairam Thakur on Monday announced compensation of Rupees 15 lakh for the next of kin of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan Kuldeep Rai, who lost his life in Pulwama terror attack.
Gomer's body was found above the Greyhound Pub in Peckham, but according to the Southwark News, police and coroners have been unable to identify his next of kin.
They added: "Officers would urge his next of kin or anyone who knows him to call the St Anne Street CID on 0151 777 4814.
People often place them in now redundant tax disc holders, Inspector Julie Sheard from North Wales Police said; "The information could be vital in saving lives or quickly locating a casualty's next of kin, which can be time consuming at the scene of a serious incident.
HONOUR The miniature of The Elizabeth Cross to be granted to the next of kin of late servicemen and women.
Please give advice on what to say when I am asked about my next of kin.
Police have been unable to trace any next of kin or any place of birth for Mr Barlow.
His identity was withheld pending notification of next of kin.
Although Tolstoy never saw a Canadian film, the Canadian cinema has yielded plenty of corroborative evidence for his dictum: Claude Jutra's Mon oncle Antoine, Richard Condie's The Big Suit, Alan King's A Married Couple, Atom Egoyan's Next of Kin (and everything after), to name but a few.
The sweeping law will affect everything from inheritance to parenthood to state income tax returns--including the ability as the next of kin to make medical decisions, if necessary, for a hospitalized partner.