KOTFKing of the Fall
KOTFKnight Of The Force (mod for the Star Wars Jedi Academy)
KOTFKeepers of the Faith (Richmond, BC)
KOTFKing of the Forest
KOTFKeepers of the Frequency (band)
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la baronne de Kotf parti furtivement de Paris dans la nuit du 20 au 21 juin 1791, depicted her as male/female ["His excellence M [arie] the Baronness de Korf"], working from popular representations of the queen as a masculinized she-wolf--or a cowardly Spotted hyena tricked out with the head of a woman and a Medusa coiffure decked with serpents (fig.
COACH The Hungarian village of Kocs (pronounced kotf) can boast of giving us this toponym, for its fifteenth-century inhabitants made the carriages known by this name.
20-23), a carefully carved "list" (logos) of measurements by width (pock), length (saie), and collar size (kotf) of three types of liturgical garments (labite [from Greek lebiton] "tunic," thalis ouo "large shirt" [literally, "large sack"], and thalis sem "small shirt"), as quantified in palms (sop) and fingers (tebe).