Kile


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Kile

A Turkish measure of volume approximately equivalent to 0.037 cubic meters, or slightly less than 10 gallons. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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In a recent interview, Kile seemed more bewildered than remorseful about starting such a vast fire, saying: "Mother Nature - you have no control."
As the founder of Kardtects, Kile's mission was to show that her company's cards are easier and faster to build with, and that anyone can build with them.
Both children were airlifted to hospital and while the unidentified girl survived, Kile remained unresponsive from the moment he was rescued.
"I miss Kile. We cooked together, we laughed, we sang," the Daily Mail quoted him, as saying.
SIPRI's Kile said he believed Iran needed "something positive and tangible in return" for cooperating with the IAEA, perhaps in the area of sanctions.
The revenue a retailer earns because some gift cards are never used (or because they expire or are consumed by dormancy fees) is called breakage, breakage revenue, or breakage income (Kile, 2007).
Kile Nicholas, who reached the ABA quarterfinals in last season's Novice championships, will be boxing another High Fell boxer Dan Corrigan.
A fumana cwalo linolo la bukwaezi - ili kezahalo ye ne kile ya hapa maikuto a batu ba banata, kakuli ne li basali ba banyinyani bao ne ba kile ba fumana linolo le li cwalo kanako yeo.
Instead, they went looking for someone who could, in one of the co-directors' words, "utilize Renaissance material as a springboard into a totally new work, a new vision, a new language." What they subsequently got from Kile Smith was at least a partial realization of those wishes, and certainly an attractive and enjoyable piece.
Police in Newark, Ohio, said they found Kile Wygle in the remains of the seat.
On Sunday, Slavik and about a dozen others provided a fitting military burial for one Jackson Kile, a private with the 1st Oregon Infantry - 83 years after his death.
According to Dan Kile, vice president of polymers for CCP, the action is necessitated by the extremely tight supply of acrylic monomers.