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Kip

A unit of weight equivalent to 1,000 pounds.
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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.
Clr Margaret Bates, Kirklees Cabinet's member for health and adult services, praised the scheme and said: "To gain five stars Kips Cafe has worked to very high standards of compliance with food safety legislation and demonstrated best practice.
The withdrawal resistances of red pine joints with 1.75-inch end-distances were 4.2 and 4.1 kips, respectively, for joints with 0.84- and 1.05-inch cross pins.
"I earn less than 150,000 kips per day, enough, I think, to support my family if the price of beef is 2,500 kips per kilogram.
CEO KIPS Abid Ayub said, 'We are thankful to CCPO and DIG Operations for providing as this opportunity to provide best education facilities for cops' kids of Lahore Police.'
The Committee made the unprecedented decision to extend the dates of the Decorator Show House to reach more visitors, allowing them to see this year's spaces and to continue to raise the funds that support the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.
The chairs will then be auctioned off later in the year with all proceeds from the auction to benefit Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club.
247 East 28th Street is a residential building in Manhattan's Kips Bay neighborhood.
The R4 DSCs can be scaled based on mooring load and range in size between 1510 kips and 6920 kips (6717kN to 30,782kN).
Mrs Attiya Karamat, a parent, told that her daughter had to face problems as KIPS management did not close the institutions and her daughter had to go to school while her other children stayed at home.
Medical device company Kips Bay Medical Inc (NasdaqCM :KIPS) and its founder, chairman and CEO, Manny Villafana reported on Wednesday the receipt of approval from the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for additional US patients to be enrolled in its "eMESH I" clinical feasibility trial of its eSVS Mesh.