KIME


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KIMEKentucky Industrial Materials Exchange
KIMEKorea Institute of the Mideast Economies (est. 1993)
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Kime In their first Espoir British Championship, it was an honour to be on the floor with the girls and even better for Sophia on gaining a spot in the floor final.
The festival model has really been growing in the summertime, but what we're trying to do is to kind of re-create that atmosphere and bring it indoors," Kime said.
Police at Metcalfe Kime, in Allensway, Thornaby, in February last year, top, and a motorbike without plates abandoned at the scene at the time, above.
Miss Kime, a specialist in special care dentistry with South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust's community dental team, has returned from her sixth dental volunteer programme with charity Bridge2Aid.
Kime secured his place at the Ally Pally jamboree by winning the Oceanic Masters but he looks well out of his depth here.
Plain Horn Crook: 1 Gordon Flintoff, 2 Terry Moss, 3 Steve Kime.
Ontario hemp pioneer Geof Kime is a private sector advisor to the project.
A LIFELONG interest in photography has developed into a different career direction for Andrew Kime.
Tim Kime, David Voorhees, and Andy Martino were named the 2007 Department of the Army Civilian and Military Suggesters of the Year--a first for Tobyhanna Army Depot.
He is joined by senior intelligence analyst Rebecca Kime.
Kime Scott and dozens of contributors from a variety of times and places provide plenty of reading on these and associated issues including suffrage, the sex wars, leftist women poets, sentimental modernism, journalism, women editors, continental modernism, lesbian political history, queer conjunctions, passing, race, anti-colonial consciousness, war, trauma, the other, medicine, authorship, drama, dance, painting and 1920s film.
The interiors were decorated and furnished by Robert Kime, the well-known English designer.