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KES

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Kenyan Shilling.

KES

ISO 4217 code for the Kenyan shilling. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the first East African shilling.
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KES says we are proud also of the fact that our size and structure allows being flexible and sensitive to the specific needs of all clients.
'I have confidence in all of the technologies and display products we are presenting today at the KES,' said Samsung Display CEO Lee Dong-hoon.
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His colleague Kate McNicholas said KES was about "creating an economy that people can contribute to and benefit from".
However, the CCOP directed that Shanghai Electric Power must give an undertaking to ensure uninterrupted electricity supply to armed forces and must step into the shoes of KES Power and give an undertaking that all existing financial liabilities of K-Electric will be owned by Shanghai Electric Power.
When functioning as a subject, kes and mis constantly appear in the default nominative case form.
Dalam pada itu, Tajuddin yang juga Anggota Parlimen Pasir Salak berkata vaksin serta doktor pakar mencukupi telah ditempatkam di kawasan kurantin sejak kes tersebut terjadi pada tahun lalu.
Modern KES can store energy up to 20 MJ and produce power of 250-350 kW, while the size of the storage is small, and the efficiency is 85-90% [9].
Writing and illustrating duo Kes Gray and Jim Field were back at it last year with sequel Oi Dog!
Bursting with beautiful illustrations by Marta Kissi and with the help of Nuddy Ned author Kes Gray, Mo's book introduces us to 'Little Mo', who suggests we 'RUN!' around our days - 'Run to the kitchen, Run to the sink, Run for a sandwich, Run for a drink...
AUTHOR Barry Hines, whose novel A Kestrel for a Knave inspired the film Kes, has died aged 76.
BARRY Hines, whose novel A Kestrel for a Knave was adapted for the classic film Kes, has died aged 76.