KGV

AcronymDefinition
KGVKing George V (class of British battleship)
KGVKurs-Gewinn-Verhältnis
KGVKing George V School
KGVKleinstes Gemeinsames Vielfaches (German: Least Common Multiple)
KGVKnife Gate Valve
KGVKirchgemeinde Versammlung (convention of the parish Switzerland)
KGVKrypto Graphic Voice
KGVKrawiecka, Goldberg & Vaughan (psychiatric assessment scale)
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He said: "I was delighted to have it confirmed that lighting will be installed on the path across KGV Playing Fields in the summer.
The 906 KGV for HDPE Pipe is ideal for fluid lines containing solids or abrasive materials common in mining, wastewater treatment, power generation, and other industrial settings with applications such as slurry and tailings lines or cyclones.
Thursdays (May 12) results: Brotton 7 - 1 Great Ayton; Borough Park 7 - 1 Middlesbrough B; Guisborough KGV 7 - 1 Saltburn; Northallerton 7 - 1 Jack Hatfield; Skelton 6 - 2 Cochranes; Smith's Dock 7 - 1 Guisborough Priory; Thornaby Village 6 - 2 Nunthorpe; Middlesbrough A 6.5 - 1.5 Marske A; Hutton Rudby 7 - 1 Thornaby.
TALK: Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg chats with KGV College students Picture: GARETH JONES
He then joined HMS Coventry and spent some time in the North Sea, before boarding KGV, which was integral in the sinking of the Bismarck.
It was said at the time that had it "gone off" it could have caused the crane to fall on to the KGV or carrier HMS Victorious.
Steve Darling (George) v Matt Horton (Ath Cons), Martin Lloyd (Chester Road) v Gareth Herbert (Greville), Matt Ford (Fegg Hayes) v Andy Gibbs (KGV), Kit Kitlinski (Bedworth) v Tony Freeth (Richmond).
A League: Wharton Arms 4-5 Station, Boosbeck, Ship, Brotton 2-7 Globe B Marske Cricket Club 6-3 KGV Bowls Club.
What amount of the fund was paid to the families of the victims and what did the fund attract by investment after it was swallowed up by the KGV Fund?
KGV Bowls Club recorded a great double over The Boosbeck to win the D League by four points to set up a semi-finals match-up against one of the other three league winners.
Steve Reddie, 18, who left Southport's KGV College earlier this year to pursue a career in community and charity work, gave pounds 500 to each charity.