KIN


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AcronymDefinition
KINKingston (Amtrak station code; Kingston, RI)
KINKingston, Jamaica (Airport Code)
KINKids in Need (Chicago, IL)
KINKatrina Information Network (Washington, DC)
KINKorea Information Technology Network
KINKomando Intelijen Negara (State Intelligence Command, Indonesia)
KINKit Identification Number
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Most of the earlier studies concerning the next of kin of persons with MS do not take up the question of the next of kin's psychological well-being.
Kin is to assist Mountain Resources in creating communication and marketing strategies and building relationships with finance professionals, investors and media contacts.
According to the leading technology blog Gizmodo, Microsoft managed to sell just 500 Kins, compared to the 50 million iPhones that have been sold worldwide.
The Kin phones represented software giant Microsoft's first foray into designing its own phones.
Although the C3 lacks 3G functionality, a touchscreen, and other smartphone amenities that the KIN phones retained, it does feature Wi-Fi access.
Kin Two has a more traditional landscape QWERTY slide form factor, an 8 megapixel camera and 8GB of storage.
Almost everything on the phone is stored by Microsoft in remote servers and accessible via the Internet from any Web browser via an online application called Kin Studio.
KIN was developed by merging Sharp's cutting-edge technologies and expertise for mobile phone development and LCD, with Microsoft's cloud computing service and software technology.
However, the Kin One is compact and features a 5 megapixel camera, whereas the Kin Two offers more memory, an 8 megapixel camera, and the ability to record 720p video.
Three dead bodies and injured have been brought to DHQ hospital, while doctors administered first aid to wounded amid severe protests of the kin of the victims.
MERSEYSIDE Coroner's Office is appealing for the next of kin of John Barclay, of Dowhills Park, in Blundellsands.
For instance, kin and fictive kin relationships can provide emotional support to the child when the alcoholic is unavailable.