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KEWKolegium Europy Wschodniej (Polish: College of Eastern Europe; Warsaw, Poland)
KEWKinetic Energy Weapon
KEWKuali Enterprise Workflow (software)
KEWKumar Engineering Works (pet dishes; Delhi, India)
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A dense crowd watched the entertainment from Kew Bridge with much interest, and everybody shouted out to them different directions.
The Chiswick Moran Hotel has teamed up with Kew Gardens to offer a family package combining a two-night stay with free access to the gardens - which is running a deadly and disgusting plant hunt for kids until November 2.
After an oncologist orders CancerPlex, KEW facilitates tumor specimen retrieval from the patient's pathologist; analyzes the specimen at its CLIA lab and then reports the findings to the oncologist.
Chelsea Flower Show & Kew Gardens 2 days from PS169.
Including a visit to Kew Gardens, this is a break no gardenlover will want to miss
Bosses at Kew were similarly full of praise for the Alnwick site, stressing they had yet to decide whether they would be developing a treehouse.
President and CEO of Kew Management Corporation Leslie Spira Lopez commented, "We are delighted to be able to bring LPB's exciting restaurant to our corner retail space.
The manufacturing process is shown by the superbly detailed model from the 1886 Colonial and Indian Exhibition, now on permanent display at the Plants+People exhibition within Kew Gardens (see Jenny Balfour-Paul's article on Indigo, figure 3).
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM)(LSE: TYT)(TYO: 7203), a Japan-based automaker, is collaborating with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
The inquest jury returned a narrative verdict which said: "Dr Kew accidentally died as a result of coming into contact with a high voltage electrical cable which had been previously reported, and was in the process of being responded to, where the power had not been deactivated through an under-estimation of the threat to life.
BBC Radio 4's new series also called Plants: From Roots to Riches, being aired in 25 parts, will delve into Kew and its collections to look at how changes in scientific, economic and social preoccupations have influenced attitudes to plants.
A stunning landscape of festive light and colour at Kew Gardens