KGKKesintisiz Güç Kaynaklari
KGKKautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe (German: Rubber Plastics Rubber; trade publication)
KGKKirisutosha Gakusei Kai (Japanese Christian student group)
KGKKrakowska Grupa Kreatywna (Polish: Krakow Creative Group; Poland)
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Under the contract at issue, Madison was required to make a series of payments to KGK totaling $3 million for jewelry delivered by KGK to Madison and subsequently sold under the Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry brand.
That spurred KGK to take the matter up to the Supreme Court in a special leave petition and obtain a stay.
KGK was founded by the Kothad family in 1905 initially as a trading company that imported gemstones from India and Burma.
This unique, fully customized and fully automated software package makes it possible for every jeweler engaged in the KGK E-lectrifed MARKeTING Campaign to select their merchandise reflecting the needs of their specific markets and clientele.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study conducted by KGK Synergize, Inc.
The balance of the Konan products equipped with Fanuc controls were imported and sold through KGK.
The original collaboration between ARS and KGK Synergize involved studies of anticancer properties of citrus PMFs, but it then expanded into investigations of the compounds' abilities to lower LDL cholesterol in animals.
Valerie was keener on Indonesia than Japan, but we accepted the director's designation to work in Japan, initially in language study and church planting in the north, and then, only after that apprenticeship, joining KGK.
A spokesman for Surrey Police said: "We are trying to trace a silver Peugeot 106 car, registration X656 KGK, driven by a man aged 35 with short, ginger hair, of slim build and 5ft 6ins tall.
Robert Forbes & Associates Contract Research Organizations KGK Synergize Medicus Research Research Institutes Korean Ginseng Research Institute Shanghai Research Center for TCM Modernization/Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ladouce-Stelandre, KGK Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe 2005, 43.