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KIMSKerala Institute of Medical Sciences (Trivandrum, India)
KIMSKempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (est. 1980; Bangalore, India)
KIMSKassel International Management School (University of Kassel; Kassel, Germany)
KIMSKousali Institute of Management Studies (Dharwad, India)
KIMSKalinga Institute of Medical Sciences (India)
KIMSKawasaki Ignition Management System (motorcycles)
KIMSKennedy Inventory Management System (US NASA)
KIMSKey Indicators Mapping System (United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization)
KIMSKamineni Institute of Medical Sciences (Nalgonda District, AP, India)
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There was some justification for Kim - he had kicked Lala Dinanath's boy off the trunnions - since the English held the Punjab and Kim was English.
If the woman had sent Kim up to the local Jadoo-Gher with those papers, he would, of course, have been taken over by the Provincial Lodge, and sent to the Masonic Orphanage in the Hills; but what she had heard of magic she distrusted.
The big Punjabi grinned tolerantly: he knew Kim of old.
'Thy father was a pastry-cook, Thy mother stole the ghi" sang Kim. 'All Mussalmans fell off Zam-Zammah long ago!'
He stopped; for there shuffled round the corner, from the roaring Motee Bazar, such a man as Kim, who thought he knew all castes, had never seen.
'Without doubt.' returned Kim; 'but he is no man of India that I have ever seen.'
'Send him hither,' said Kim, dropping from Zam-Zammah, flourishing his bare heels.
'The Ajaib-Gher, the Wonder House!' Kim gave him no title - such as Lala or Mian.
'A guru from Tibet,' said Kim. 'I have not seen such a man.
Kim. 'That is the Government's house and there is no idolatry in it, but only a Sahib with a white beard.
Kim clicked round the self-registering turnstile; the old man followed and halted amazed.
With longer stories he is generally less successful; 'Kim,' however, has much power.