KRAC


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KRACKakadu Research Advisory Committee (Kakadu National Park; Australia)
KRACKobe Regatta and Athletic Club (Japan)
KRACKingston Regional Arts Council (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)
KRACKidlington Running & Athletic Club (UK)
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Merthyr's hill became a mountain four minutes before the break as a Krac shot rebounded off the woodwork to Michael Nardiello, whose shot found its target despite goalkeeper Giles Cutlan's best efforts.
Nine races and 122 runners tested the organisation, but it held up well from the moment Julian Pritchard dominated the opening conditions race with Krac d'Argos.
Among the many real triumphs of Baybars against the crusaders were the capture of Caesarea, Krac des Chevaliers and Antioch.
The Isma ili territories are prettily marked with red dots and the Ism ilis are shown as holding an inordinately large part of northern Syria, including, inexplicably, the Hospitaller fortress of Krac des Chevaliers and the Templar fortress of Tortosa.
Tarkan gave a concert in Taksim square while Nil Karaibrahimgil gave a concert in Beylikduzu, Mercandede in Sultanahmet, Krac in Pendik and Zara in Bagclar.
Other dates available), highlights the area's mercantile and military importance to groups as diverse as Greeks, Romans, Christians, Muslims and Bedouin, with trips to Damascus, Aleppo, Palmyra and Krac des Chevaliers, the headquarters of the Knights of St John -- a trip that should appeal to readers interested in our Crusades series, beginning on page 9, as should History Today's own twelve-day tour of the major Crusader sites of the Levant on offer this issue on p.
"You know, what happens when KRacs dives to get the ball, his arm grew two inches and he bats it down court?