Kip


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Kip

A unit of weight equivalent to 1,000 pounds.
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As we were approaching the line, I saw my parents, my wife Sarah, Millie and Kip cheering me on - without them, I wouldn't have made the last 200 yards.
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.
I am pleased to say that Professor Kip Tellez of the University of California, Santa Cruz, takes over as incoming Editor of Teacher Education Quarterly, beginning January 1, 2014, for the next several years.
Three out of 10 workers get less kip than last year.
In this regard, the KIP provides a forum for students and young professionals of Indian origin to visit India and closely understand the life, culture, heritage and development of India.
Along the way, Kip learns that what began as a grassroots movement of small-scale farmers has turned into a thirty billion dollar industry.
Kip said: "I was a kid when Patterson was fighting but loved boxing and met him, very briefly, in 1988.
7 Orchard Grove, Kip Hill, Stanley, is for sale through Your Move Chris Stonock at PS200,000, tel: 0191 388 2129.
Kip Sharp, vice president, SSCT, at kip.sharp@us.sasol.com.
Room prices start at 460,000 Kip for Meetings, Conferences and Seminars depending on the group size.
KIP JACOBY WAS A NIGHT STALKER for the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, one of the Army's most elite and well-trained units.
The Kip Carbone helmet by sliding sports specialists VA20R is made from ARPRO with a carbon fibre shell.