KETS

AcronymDefinition
KETSKentucky Education Technology System
KETSKeyboard Ensemble and Technology Seminar (music education)
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Before Hern's Grocery a bas- ket of apples and a rack filled with new brooms stood on the sidewalk.
Schmallvays," he said at last, leaning back and resuming the stare, "tell me: how did you ket hold of Mister Pooterage's balloon?"
Examples include the switching of bairn for baby, along with kets for sweets and nett for toilet.
The formation of the group was announced by Vice-Commissioner Antonio Tajani last week, together with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the European Investment Bank and the European Commission to support Kets. Dr Nelson is the only UK representative among the group of 35 industrial leaders from across Europe.
Industry Commissioner Antonio Tajani warned that Europe's industry "would suffer losses in competitiveness" if it fails to successfully exploit the six following important KETs (micro and nanoelectronics, advanced materials, industrial biotechnology, photonics, nanotechnology and advanced manufacturing systems).
Ben Warren added: "Energy mar-r kets across the globe are increasingly competing for the attention of new investors.
Kets de Vries then discusses how this choice can affect organizations and proposes possible remedial actions.
In his diary Castren (1856 : 279) mentioned, that both varieties were rather uniform: "Beide Mundarten schliessen sich der Tawgy-Sprache oder dem Awamschen Samojedischen an und weichen nur in einigen unwesentlichen Puncten von einander ab." On the other side he noted, that the Bai variety of Enets (= Forest Enets) had borrowed some elements from Ket: "Ausserdem scheint die Bai-Sprache einiges dem Jenissei-Ostjakischen entlehnt zu haben" (Castren 1856 : 279).
The telephone hot lines and tic ket web sites were deluged with enquiries, and thousands of people queued outside city centre outlets, some of them allnight.
The publication of "Roustam Tariko (A): Russian Entrepreneur" by INSEAD's Manfred Kets de Vries and Elizabeth Florent-Treacy marks a change in editorial policy that I want to call to our readers' attention.
Equity, the driving force of the Kentucky Education Reform Act of 1990, serves as the underpinning for an array of initiatives including the Kentucky Education Technology System (KETS).
Manfred Kets de Vries (1996), Thomson Business Press, London, 287pp, ISBN 0 415 11462 4, 25.00 [pounds sterling].