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KEESKentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship
KEESKorea Electromagnetic Engineering Society
KEESKorea Enduring Equipment Set (South Korea)
KEESKnowledge Extraction for Enterprise Services
KEESKey Escrow Encryption System
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And Sing Kee could have sold at fifty cents and made money.
"There was a failure of potatoes in other districts, and a corner, and in some strange way Sing Kee was dead on.
"I went west and, by accident, I ended up in Wales," Kees, from a village named Sterksel, said.
The theory of KEES is based on the model of other Army activity sets, such as theater-provided equipment sets in the U.S.
To maximise the potential of the office in Dubai, Rosco's Chairman, Stan Miller and CEO Mark Engel, asked Kees to relocate.
ground holding jewelry I would love to touch, but Kees and the Navajo
These poems are centos -- the text pulled entirely from published letters written by Kees to his friends.
Philip married Kees, described as the "love of his life" in April this year.
Fernando will work with Jan Kees to successfully operate and further develop the ED&F global coffee business.
CASE FACTS: Thomas Kee and his wife filed suit against Baptist Hospital of Miami, Inc., a Florida non-profit corporation as well as several other defendants, including another hospital and several physicians who treated Mr.
A what-might-have-been fascination hovers around Weldon Kees, the dark-eyed, dapper author who cut a swath through the arts in mid-twentieth-century America.
When the University of Nebraska Press sent my review copy of the Selected Short Stories of Weldon Kees with a note asking that I please accept the book with the compliments of the author, I laughed out loud--not because I'd be ungrateful to receive his well-wishes, but rather because nobody has seen or heard from the man in almost fifty years.